During this period of need and uncertainty as a result of COVID-19, the LA Kings continue to partner with and help support the following local organizations that are helping to ease the burdens that are afflicting Los Angelenos.
Fans are encouraged, if they are able, to contribute their time, money and/or resources in any of the following ways:
The Blood Donor Center at Children's Hospital Los Angeles is looking for healthy, eligible individuals to donate blood or platelets. Donors that signup and complete their donation at CHLA will receive a voucher for two free tickets to a mutually agreed upon LA Kings regular season game.
Tickets are not transferable and cannot be exchanged for cash. To make an appointment, call 323-361-2441 or sign up online.
Our friends at the YMCA need your help! Volunteers are needed to help carry out services for individuals in need across Los Angeles. Several YMCA branches are providing new, critical support programs to combat food insecurity and senior care.
Register today to volunteer for one of their many opportunities or learn more about the YMCA's COVID-19 response efforts.
Kings Care Foundation is proud to support local families during this difficult time. Along with the YMCA's recent announcement that they will offer free childcare for mission-critical front-line workers, including emergency responders, medical personnel, and government employees at 5 YMCA locations, the Kings committed to donating hockey sets and supplies for children to be active while in "pop up" childcare.
The hockey nets, along with sticks and balls, and an instructional booklet, will be available for each child to take home to stay active during these times.
There are still hundreds of dogs in our foster program who require immediate care and attention.
Wags and Walks continues their important work to save animals during this uncertain time, but help is needed to ensure that these animals are cared for while the Wags and Walks team works to find them permanent homes. Sign up to foster or make a donation.
82 million Americans lack the means - a computer, internet connection, digital literacy, to achieve their full potential.
With recent school closures, now more than ever it is essential that students have access to technology resources at home in order to complete learning assignments.