-Photo Caption: Pictured from (L-R) are L.A. Chargers Sebastian Joseph-Day, Defensive Lineman, Ja’Sir Taylor, Defensive back, JT Woods, Safety, CJ Okoye, Defensive Lineman, and Tanner Muse, Linebacker, as they displayed the meal bag to be prepared for the 9/12 donation at the 122nd St. School in South L.A. Also on hand to assist was a contingent of the “Bolts” outreach volunteers, and staff members from the “Blessings In A Backpack” non-profit organization. They all helped pack 750 bags of non-perishable food items ready for distribution next Tuesday.
(East Los Angeles, CA) [From The Editor’s Desk]: The Los Angeles Chargers and their highly valued Impact Fund will once again make more community members smile happy when they set out for South Los Angeles next Tuesday, September 12th, to deliver 750 packaged nonperishable food/meal bags to students and families at the 122nd Street Elementary School, a member of the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD). This very humanitarian-driven project, produced in coordination with the Chargers Impact Fund, is also partnered with the community-based organization known as “Blessings In A Backpack.”
On Tuesday, September 5th, in a significant and big preparation move for that event, Chargers Defensive Lineman/Sebastian Joseph-Day, Defensive back/Ja’Sir Taylor, Safety/JT Woods, along with teammates, Defensive Lineman,/CJ Okoye, and Linebacker/Tanner Muse, plus a contingent of Bolts Community Crew volunteers, and staff members of “Blessings In A Backpack” non-profit organization, helped pack 750 bags of non-perishable food items ready for distribution to elementary school students.
In a continued effort to combat childhood hunger throughout Southern California, the Los Angeles Chargers and the Chargers Impact Fund, along with Joseph-Day, will distribute the packaged meal bags next Tuesday, Sept. 12, at the 122nd Street Elementary School in South Los Angeles.
Take a good look at the video prepared by the Chargers media unit that depicts the preparation day with the players and volunteers stuffing the meal bags, an interview with Chargers defensive lineman, Sebastian Joseph-Day, and remarks from the Director of Athletic Partnerships for the “Blessings In A Backpack,” Beth Bush.