Foundation wraps record-setting year of giving to benefit Los Angeles communities through the LA Galaxy Champions Project which benefited more than 5,000 students
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AEG’s LA Galaxy Foundation concluded the 2019 calendar year by raising nearly $1,000,000 to benefit the Los Angeles community through numerous events, programming and initiatives in conjunction with the LA Galaxy Champions Project which directly benefited more than 5,000 students from 11 elementary schools in the greater Los Angeles area.
In celebration of National Bullying Prevention Month and through its partnership with Playworks, a nonprofit organization promoting the power of play for children before, during and after school, AEG’s LA Galaxy Foundation (LAGF) teamed up with the nonprofit for the launch of its “Real Players Don't Bully” online campaign. In an effort to highlight bullying prevention and “positive play,” LA Galaxy players posed in the campaign shirts for photos which were then shared to the team’s social media accounts, reaching more than 450K followers.
Fundraiser precedes launch of AEG’s LA Galaxy Girls’ Academy debut in inaugural season of U.S. Soccer Girls’ Development Academy
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In celebration of Women’s Equality Day and the launch of AEG’s LA Galaxy Girls’ Academy, the LA Galaxy Foundation teamed up with LA Galaxy player Sebastian Lletget and international recording artist Becky G to host a SoulCycle Charity Ride on Aug. 25 in Manhattan Beach, Calif.
LA Galaxy fans, staff and Girls’ Academy players came together to ride for a cause and raised $1200 to benefit the LA Galaxy Girls’ Academy community efforts throughout the 2017 season.
In the First of Three Charitable Projects this Season, LA Galaxy Foundation and SNHU Teamed up with Habitat for Humanity and Mission Continues to Support Veterans
LOS ANGELES, May 23, 2017 /3BL Media/ – The LA Galaxy and Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU), a private non-profit university and the exclusive education partner of the club and Major League Soccer, are expanding their relationship to focus on giving back and supporting the Los Angeles community. As a part of the expansion, SNHU is partnering with The LA Galaxy Foundation to participate in three community initiatives during the course of the 2017 season.
AEG’s LA Galaxy to wear Parley jerseys during match this Sunday at StubHub Center vs. Seattle Sounders FC (1 p.m. PT; ESPN) as part of Protect the Pitch Day; Parley jerseys were made from yarns containing Parley Ocean Plastic™
LOS ANGELES, April 19, 2017/3BL Media/–AEG’s LA Galaxy, adidas, Major League Soccer and Parley for the Oceans have united today to raise awareness around the harmful impact of marine plastic pollution with the unveiling of adidas MLS Parley club jerseys. The kits—each made from technical yarns containing Parley Ocean Plastic™—will be worn by both teams Sunday, April 23 when the LA Galaxy host Seattle Sounders FC at StubHub Center.