(East Los Angeles, CA) [From The Editor’s Desk]: As was pre-determined on September 5th, on exactly the following week to the day, September 12th, the Chargers very seasoned and well-prepared community outreach program, led by the Chargers Impact Fund Staff and Sebastian Joseph-Day, made their way to the LAUSD’s 122nd St. Elementary School in South Los Angeles to distribute over 650 donated Meal Bags/Backpacks for students to supplement their weekend hunger appetites.
The Impact Fund contingent was present to introduce Joseph-Day who was accompanied by other designated volunteers familiar with this type of outreach event.
Happy and smiling faces lighted up the designated site at the school as Joseph-Day personally addressed, and then greeted the young students who lined up in single-file formation to receive their individual backpack, filled with nutritious food staples, tasty chewables, healthy snacks, and some Chargers memorabilia added in for good measure.
We encourage you to watch the (3:40 ) minute video that was taken by the Chargers media component who attended the event. It will offer “B-roll” video footage of the event, followed by interviews with Joseph-Day and Taylor Chavez, Manager, Chargers Impact Fund.
This is a brief, yet concise video that shows the hundreds of happy and very appreciative young students who shared their exuberant shouts of joy with Joseph-Day, Taylor Chavez, and the many other volunteers who made this Special day and event all possible.