Rams staff, Cheerleaders and Rampage mascots deliver Thanksgiving meals to members of the South Central Los Angeles community served by A Place Called Home

The Rams sponsored the annual A Place Called Home (APCH) Thanksgiving dinner service and turkey distribution for community members in South Central Los Angeles. On Wednesday, November 23rd, the Rams Cheerleaders, Rampage mascot and staff distributed and distributed 500 turkeys, bags of Thanksgiving meal ingredients and fresh produce to members of the community served by APCH. The night before, the Rams hosted and served a Thanksgiving meal to over 150 APCH members.

“Our partnership with the Los Angeles Rams is fantastic. It means the world to us to bring so many members of the Rams here to help the community and give back to the community,” said Norayma Cabot, CEO of A Place Called Home. “They’re always involved, and yesterday they were there feeding our members, playing games and having a lot of fun. It gives our members an understanding and helps them dream and see what’s possible.”

Members not only received Thanksgiving meals served by the Rams office, but were able to interact with the Rams Cheerleaders and Rampage. “It’s so nice to give back to the community, and this organization itself is amazing. We’ve worked with them during COVID-19 and even taught virtual cheerleading classes with them,” said Paola, a Rams Cheerleader. “To be able to be here in person, especially at a time when many people need it during the holidays, it’s very nice that we are able to give back to the community.”

Thousands of families in the Los Angeles region experience food insecurity. Each year the Rams host employee service days to help address this crisis and share joy during the holiday season.

“We want to spread warmth, joy and love to all the people at A Place Called Home,” said Yalissa, a Rams Cheerleader. “Thanksgiving is a time to give thanks and love, and especially to give back to those who don’t have as much as we do. We should appreciate everything we have in life and if you are privileged enough to have opportunities like this, go out and spread the joy of others.”

A Place Called Home provides a safe and nurturing environment with proven arts, education and wellness programs for youth in South Central Los Angeles to improve their economic circumstances and develop healthy, fulfilling and purposeful lives.

To learn more about the Rams’ community efforts, visit www.therams.com/community.

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