Rams, SoFi present City Year nonprofit organization with $50,000 donation
Jan 27, 2021
Field goals carried a bit more weight this season. For each field goal or extra point scored at SoFi Stadium, the Los Angeles Rams and SoFi partnered to donate $1,000 to education nonprofit, City Year, to help students in LA. And none other than Rams Kicker, Matt Gay, presented this year's $50,000 check to City Year AmeriCorps members serving at Crozier Middle School in Inglewood. And the donation was… good!
Coach Aubrey Pleasant: Making a change in Flint, Michigan | My Cause My Cleats
Dec 11, 2020
Los Angeles Rams cornerbacks coach Aubrey Pleasant's cleats represent both The Community Foundation of Greater Flint, a nonprofit organization created by residents of Flint, MI and The Quartz Water Source, a company committed to the development of clean water technologies.
Andrew Whitworth's fan cutouts at SoFi Stadium | Walter Payton Man of the Year Nominee
Dec 11, 2020
Take a look at the 154 fan cutouts in the shape of '77' to represent the many beneficiaries to Rams OL Andrew Whitworth's charities in the community. The Los Angeles Rams nominated Andrew Whitworth for the NFL's prestigious Walter Payton Man of the Year award for 2020.
Ram Trucks helps A Place Called Home deliver Thanksgiving meals to Los Angeles families
Nov 28, 2020
The Los Angeles Rams teamed up with Ram Trucks and A Place Called Home to fill nine Ram trucks with grocery bags full of Thanksgiving food, turkeys, and essential household items to be delivered to Los Angeles families in need.
Rams Virtual Kickoff for Charity, presented by UNIFY Financial Credit Union
Sep 06, 2020
Rewatch the Los Angeles Rams Virtual Kickoff for Charity event, presented by UNIFY Financial Credit Union. Learn more about the team's work to address social injustices. Special guests included quarterback Jared Goff and Watts rapper Stix, who debuted a new song done in collaboration with the Rams around the fight for social justice.
Steve Wyche, LB Dakota Allen meet workers from Anti-Recidivism Coalition at new Los Angeles Rams stadium
Sep 16, 2019
NFL Network's Steve Wyche and Los Angeles Rams linebacker Dakota Allen meet workers from the Anti-Recidivism Coalition (ARC) to discuss their work on the new Los Angles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers stadium in Inglewood, California.