Can't make it to the game? Donate your tickets and give someone the gift of gameday at SoFi Stadium!
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Rams House for the Holidays
Through Rams House for the Holidays, the Los Angeles Rams are supporting deserving non-profit organizations throughout the Greater LA area with donated tickets to our Christmas Day matchup. Eligible non-profits to receive tickets are included below. We'll also be treating the Watts Rams and Lincoln Heights Tigers youth football teams, and their families, to a gameday experience. To complement fans' donation efforts, Rams players including Aaron Donald and Jalen Ramsey, Head Coach Sean McVay, General Manager Les Snead and Rams COO Kevin Demoff will each donate tickets to support these organizations.
All Season Ticket Members who donate their tickets will receive a dollar-for-dollar match for the face value of their tickets in cruise credits from Rams Official Cruise Vacation Partner, Princess Cruises, up to $1,000. Additionally, all Members who donate their tickets will receive one entry per ticket donated for a chance to win prizes from the Rams and Rams partners including Rams hats and autographed merchandise, free nights at a Hilton property, a meal cooked by Celebrity Chef Aaron May at the winner's house presented by Meat District, an Ikon Ski/Snowboard Season Pass, bread from La Brea Bakery, and more. Other partners teaming up to support Rams House For The Holidays include Diageo, YouTube TV and New Era.
The Anti-Recidivism Coalition (ARC) works to end mass incarceration in California. To ensure our communities are safe, healthy, and whole, ARC empowers formerly and currently incarcerated people to thrive by providing a support network, comprehensive reentry services, and opportunities to advocate for policy change. Through our grassroots policy advocacy, we are dedicated to transforming the criminal justice system so that it is more just and equitable for all people. ARC has grown into a support and advocacy network of more than 1,400 members, and hundreds of volunteer mentors and allies, committed to helping one another through reentry and advocating for a fairer criminal justice system.
A Place Called Home
A Place Called Home commits its resources to the young people and families of South Central Los Angeles and the community as a whole. APCH's holistic approach makes a deep impact and provides a platform for the next generation to pursue healthy, productive lives and to make a positive impact in their community and in the world. APCH's programs in academic tutoring, counseling, nutrition, agriculture, art, music, dance, sports, civic engagement, vocational training, college scholarships, entrepreneurship and job placement support the development of healthy, self-reliant, motivated, community-minded young adults and healthy family systems.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Los Angeles
Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Los Angeles was founded as a scalable and sustainable solution to reversing the opportunity crises facing some of the most vulnerable children in the neediest neighborhoods of Los Angeles. BGCMLA is designed to increase programmatic offerings and serve a greater number of youth in the areas of Los Angeles most in need of its services. The mission of BGCMLA is to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. Our mission is fulfilled by offering nationally recognized, research-based programs and activities in three core areas: Academic Success, Good Character and Citizenship and Healthy Lifestyles. BGCMLA believes in empowering youth to explore a future with endless possibilities.
Beyond the Bell: Rams Flag Football Players & Families
The mission of the Beyond the Bell Branch is to ensure that all children and youth in LAUSD have access to high quality, safe, and supervised academic, enrichment, and recreation programs that inspire learning and achievement beyond the regular school day (before and after school and Saturdays)
FULFILLED: Brotherhood Crusade
Brotherhood Crusade is a 50-year-old grassroots organization with a vision of improving quality of life and meeting the unmet needs of low-income, underserved, under-represented and disenfranchised individuals. Brotherhood Crusade envisions a South Los Angeles devoid of health disparities, disenfranchisement and poverty-associated adverse public health conditions. We believe South Los Angeles can be a safe, thriving, culturally relevant and inclusive community that provides all residents equitable access to human & social services and continually improves their quality of life.
Heart of Los Angeles
Heart of Los Angeles helps young people overcome barriers through exceptional, free, integrated programs and personalized guidance in a trusted, nurturing environment. HOLA gives underserved kids an equal chance to succeed through a comprehensive array of after-school academic, arts, athletics, and wellness programs.
Inglewood Rams Players & Families
The Los Angeles Rams and the City of Inglewood partnered together to launch the Inglewood Rams in 2019. This program structured through Inglewood Parks and Rec, provides access to Inglewood residents to play organized flag football during the fall season free of charge.
Kenny Washington Memorial Scholarship
Last year, in celebration of the 75th anniversary of the Rams becoming the first professional sports team to sign an African-American player, Kenny Washington – a year before Jackie Robinson – we introduced the Kenny Washington scholarship to help address education inequities and offer up to four years of financial support for students from lower resourced communities who are among the first in their families to pursue a postsecondary education. We selected 13 students, Kenny's number, and will follow them through their college journey.
League of Champions Girls Flag Players & Families
The Rams co-sponsor 16 girls flag football teams by providing players with uniforms courtesy of Nike, stipends for coaches, coaching manuals, officials, athletic trainers, as well as equipment and transportation for the seven-week season. The League of Champions began with eight teams and 96 players and has now grown to 16 teams and 360 participating players, with more to join in the future. The Rams view girls flag football as a vehicle to create more pathways for young women in sports. The teams believe football is a game that develops transferrable life skills and strong character, promotes health and wellness, enhances opportunities for further education, and broadens perspectives while building a sense of community.
North East Lincoln Tigers
Residing within the Ramona Gardens housing projects and surrounding areas of Lincoln Heights & North East Los Angeles, the Northeast Lincoln Tigers consist of 135 boys and girls who participate in football and cheerleading. All team members are held to a high standard of academic achievement, discipline and respect by their coaches and mentors who serve as LAPD officers from the Hollenbeck Division. The Rams will be renaming the Tigers – the Northeast Lincoln Rams at the game on Dec. 25.
Dr. Hershel Swinger created Project Fatherhood at Children's Institute in 1996 to engage fathers in the care and upbringing of their children. Through support, parenting education and other services, fathers learn to be more loving, responsible parents and active participants in their children's lives.
Los Angeles Rams Foundation
The Rams Foundation aims to inspire change with a focus on providing access and opportunity, driving equity and fighting for equality for all Angelenos. Through a variety of charitable partnerships and initiatives, the Rams Foundation works to address issues of poverty including education inequities, food and housing insecurities, community-police relations and youth mentorship. Tickets will be donated to the Northeast Lincoln Tigers, Kenny Washington Memorial Scholarship recipients, Inglewood Rams flag football participants, League of Champions girl's flag participants and other non-profits.
Full List Of Organizations
- Los Angeles Room & Board
- Los Angeles Regional Food Bank
- Homelight Family Living/Midnight Mission
- Heart of Los Angeles (HOLA)
- Brotherhood Crusade
- Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro LA
- Boys & Girls Clubs of the West Valley
- Mixed Roots Foundation
- Los Angeles Unified School District's Beyond The Bell
- Al Wooten Jr. Youth Center
- Sisters of Watts
- Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles
- Children's Institute
- Angel City Sports
- Jenesse Center
- One For All
- Operation Progress
- City Year
- Upward Bound
- Communities In Schools
- Covenant House
- Anti-Recidivism Coalition
- A Place Called Home
- Business of Student Success (BOSS)
- Social Justice Learning Institute (SJLI)
- I Have A Dream Los Angeles (IHADLA)
- Salvation Army
- Los Angeles Rams Foundation