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The LA Kings and the Ontario Reign teamed up to donate a $1 million to the Loma Linda Ronald McDonald House to help expand the facility, doubling the amount of guest rooms and creating new team-themed family and children's recreation rooms.
The LA Kings and Ontario Reign came together at Pacific Palms Resort on December 5th for the second time and raised over $160,000 for Children's Hospital Los Angeles and Loma Linda Ronald McDonald House.
The LA Kings supported blood donations at Children's Hospital Los Angeles with prizes and appearances from Alec Marinez, Bailey and Ice Crew every Wednesday over the summer of 2016.
50 children from the Make-A-Wish Foundation enjoyed a day out with the LA Kings at the team's practice facility, complete with ice skating, behind-the-scenes tours and player meet & greets.
Families from the Make-A-Wish patient network enjoyed ancillary wish experiences at 6 LA Kings games through the Star of the Month program.
The LA Kings received the "Power of a Wish" award at the annual Make-A-Wish Foundation annual gala, which was attended by Tyler Toffoli and Tanner Pearson.
The LA Kings, who also served as the presenting sponsor of CHLA's biennial gala, received the "Courage to Care" Award. The event raised $4 million for the hospital.
Blood Drives were conducted by Children's Hospital Los Angeles outside STAPLES Center prior to the LA Kings games on January 7, 9 and 12 as part of Blood Donor Awareness Month.
The LA Kings hosted a birthday party for a young CHLA patient and his brother, complete with special guest appearances from Jonathan Quick, Tanner Pearson and Tyler Toffoli.
Members of the LA Kings Ice Crew and Bailey engaged 600 children with cancer and their siblings in hockey themed games and activities at Camp Ronald McDonald For Good Times.
As part of Hockey Fights Cancer, the LA Kings raised over $55,000 for Amgen Breakaway from Cancer partners at STAPLES Center during October.
Noah's dream to meet Jonathan Quick came true at the Kings vs Red Wings game on January 5th when the young goalie was invited to tour the team's locker room with Quick and watch the game on the glass.
In an effort to improve literacy and access to educational resources, the LA Kings teamed up with Reading is Fundamental to give give 5,000 students a new sports book of their very own.
The LA Kings provided bookmarks and bookplates for nearly 300,000 students that received books or other reading materials from Reading is Fundamental of Southern California.
Royal Readers students read nearly 10 million minutes during the 3 month incentivized reading program in partnership with Peppedine University.
40 aspiring young reporters in LA's Best KidPress Program were given the tools and access to the LA Kings to author their first professional sports pieces, featuring Nic Dowd, Sean O'Donnell, Alex Curry and other key Kings personnel.
LA Kings staff joined local AEG employees to beautify 49th Street Elementary in Los Angeles with the help of City Year.
In celebration of the NHL All-Star game in Los Angeles, 1,000 students were welcomed to Discovery Cube LA to learn the Science of Hockey, among other science and math based educational exhibits.
Held in conjunction with the Hydrocephalus Association, the annual LA Kings 5K Run/Walk, hosted by Daryl Evans, raised funds for research and programs benefiting individuals with Hydrocephalus.
LA Kings fans trained all season long to be "Fit To Be King" alongside Daryl Evans with the Run Club.
15 girls, ages 8 - 13 from 9th Street Elementary, were empowered to learn life skills through dynamic, conversation-based lessons over a 15-week 5k training program through Girls on the Run.
The LA Kings presented a bike, adapted to fit the needs of a six-year-old boy with Muscular Dystrophy, on September 28 at STAPLES Center with the help of Variety's Mobility Program.
The LA Kings sponsored efforts to canvas and install smoke detectors in 500 hundred homes in Long Beach and Hawthorne with American Red Cross.
Through a partnership with Redondo Beach Police Foundation, the LA Kings committed to purchasing Emergency Safety Kit installations for all Redondo Beach schools.
LA Family Housing received funding for much needed improvements to their facilities, which serve individuals transitioning out of homelessness and poverty by providing a continuum of housing enriched with supportive services
Heroes in various fields - 50 differencemakers in healthcare, the armed forces, city workers and members of the local community - were welcomed to STAPLES Center for a LA Kings game and celebrated through We Are All Heroes program.
During AEG's annual company-wide Summit, staff from around the country participated in a service day with the Las Vegas Food Bank.
Stubhub Center played host to 1,500 children who Trick-or-Treated in an LA Kings themed suite as an ancillary or replacement activity to typical Halloween night festivities during the annual Treats N Suites event.
500+ lbs of non-perishable food items were collected during November home games to benefit Los Angeles Regional Food Bank.
Over 500 toys were collected at LA Kings games in December to benefit local children's charities.
In partnership with Shoes That Fit, LA Kings wives gifted new athletic shoes to 100 students in need at Cimarron Ave Elementary.
All LA Kings players and their families sponsored a family in need during the holidays from Child Abuse Prevention Center's Families Helping Families Program.
The LA Kings invested $50K in steady, experienced leadership to head the Sled Hockey Team and manage training and tournament logistics.
500 local YMCA patrons attended a free pre-game screening of Soul on Ice, followed by the LA Kings vs Tampa Bay Lightning game on January 16th.
The LA Kings committed $1 million to develop a ball hockey program that will be offered at no-cost at 26 YMCA LA locations in partnership with Delta Airlines.
The team's signature fundraising event where all players along with several coaches and alumni met fans took place on January 7 and raised over $350,000.
LA Kings staff served as mentors to 20 high school juniors from City Honors College Prepatory in Ingelwood, California, providing them with their first exposure to the working world.
At each of the 41 regular season home games, active and retired servicemen were treated to LA Kings tickets and dinner while being honored at the Hero of the Game.
LA Kings players' wives, with the help of USO, March of Dimes and Honest Company hosted a baby shower for 50 expectant military families.
Proceeds of the LA Kings pet calendar, We Are All K9s, supported training for 21 service dogs with 4 Paws 4 Patriots.
Veterans suffering from mental and physical illness received healing through surfing and ocean activities at 50 surf sessions across California, funded by the LA Kings $50K gift to Jimmy Miller Foundation.
LA Kings Green, an umbrella program to encompass the team's sustainable initiatives, was created to bring more awareness to the most critical environmental issues and drive positive impact through arena operations as well as fan and community engagement.
To provide financial relief to low income families and reduce energy consumption, the LA Kings partnered with Grid Alternatives to sponsor a solar panel installation thus reduce future greenhouse gas emission by 66 tons for a single home.
2,000 students across four Los Angeles schools received personalized "green" programming during the 2016-17 academic year.
250 LA Kings fans, staff and supporters gathered across three Southern California Beaches to clean up 750lbs of trash in two hours.
Nearly 100 LA Kings staff and fans worked together to frame walls for a house and several playhouses outside of STAPLES Center.
Families were welcomed to enjoy all the interactive exhibits at Discovery Cube LA and take advantage of special opportunities to play street hockey, meet LA Kings celebrities and take home giveaways.
The LA Kings and NHL teamed up to renovate key areas - STEAM Lab, Playground and picnic area, Teen Resource Center, Second Floor Multipurpose Room, Child Center - in the Crenshaw Family YMCA which will allow this Y location to significantly expand its programs.
LA Kings staff and Ice Crew, along with Melissa's Produce, built an edible and interactive school garden that will be tended to and enjoyed by 600 students at 20th Street Elementary.
2,000 students from Future Goals participating schools were invited to NHL Fan Fair leading into All-Star weekend.

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