In partnership with Albertsons/Vons/Pavilions, Pepsi and the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank, the Rams hosted a large-scale, walk-up food distribution at Ted Watkins Memorial Park in Watts. Holiday meals and nutritious food were delivered to more than 1,000 Angelenos in need. Families were given the opportunity to go up and select the items they wanted to meet their family’s food needs.
During the event, Rams tight end Tyler Higbee, Rams Cheerleaders, Rampage, front office staff, LA Regional Food Bank, Albertsons/Vons/Pavilions and Pepsi volunteers welcomed guest and helped stock the food tables.
“Being able to work with the LA Regional Food Bank and help give during the holiday season is amazing. Since my rookie year seven years ago, I’ve always wanted to give back to the community that gives so much to the Rams organization,” Higbee said. “It’s amazing to see the excitement on their faces when they receive the food. It’s really special. I recently had a daughter and it means a little more to me to see the children come by with smiles on their faces.”
This was the second food distribution that Higbee, Albertsons/Vons/Pavilions and Pepsi have led in recent months to address food insecurity in under-resourced communities throughout Southern California. The series of efforts benefit three Feeding America® network food banks in Los Angeles County, Orange County and Ventura County.
“We are so excited to partner with the LA Rams and provide food to families struggling with inflation,” said Michael Flood, president and CEO of the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank. “We hear that it is extremely difficult for people to make ends meet and put food on the table for their families. The LA Regional Food Bank’s goal is to provide nutritious food to people who need it.”
Last year’s Community Blitz food distribution with the LA Regional Food Bank (LARFB) at SoFi Stadium served more than 900 families from the Greater Los Angeles area. LARFB’s mission is to mobilize resources to fight hunger in our community. They distribute food and other essentials to children, seniors, families and other people in need. Community support enables the Food Bank to serve more than 800,000 people each month. This is the second of four food drives that the Rams, Tyler Higbee, Albertsons/Vons/Pavilions and Pepsi will host in Southern California over the next few months.
To learn more about the Rams’ community efforts, visit www.therams.com/community.
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Does Jonnu Smith have children? Today, Smith is the father of two boys with whom he is eager to make memories that he never got the chance to experience with his own father. On the same subject : Siloam Springs School Board Celebrates FCCLA Cheerleaders. He praises his mother, Karen, as “the strongest woman in the world” for how she valiantly tried to play both parent roles for Jonnu after Wayne’s death.
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