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LA Kings and SoCalGas Team Up to Support LA Family Housing

Fans can mail supplies or donate them in person in North Hollywood on May 14

by LA Kings @LAKings /

In partnership with SoCalGas, the LA Kings are committed to supporting LA Family Housing (LAFH) during COVID-19.

Together with fans, staff and players, the entire Kings family can help support their efforts by donating excess items from their home or purchase the following items to donate to LAFH:

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Recovered from COVID-19? Donate Your Plasma and Save Lives!

Plasma donations made to Children's Hospital Los Angeles may be used to help others fighting the illness

by LA Kings @LAKings /

Children's Hospital Los Angeles is now accepting plasma donations from people who have recovered from COVID-19, which may be used to help others fighting the illness. 

People who have fully recovered from COVID-19 have antibodies in their plasma that can attack the virus. This method, called convalescent plasma treatment, has historically been used as a potentially lifesaving treatment when new diseases or infections develop quickly, and no treatments or vaccines are yet available. 

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Donate Blood and Receive a Pair of LA Kings Tickets!

Healthy Kings fans are encouraged to donate blood or platelets at Children's Hospital Los Angeles

by LA Kings @LAKings /

The Blood Donor Center at Children's Hospital Los Angeles is looking for healthy, eligible individuals to donate blood or platelets. Maintaining a safe and adequate supply is their top priority and they are working to ensure that each CHLA patient's needs are met.

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.

You can make an appointment online or by calling 323-361-2441.

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LA Kings, Clippers, Lakers, STAPLES Center Create Employee Fund

Fund created to help part-time staff during coronavirus pandemic

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In response to the disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic, the LA Clippers, LA Kings, Los Angeles Lakers and STAPLES Center have joined together to establish a fund to provide financial support to all hourly event staff employees impacted by the suspension of sporting events at STAPLES Center.

The fund is designed to provide compensation for wages lost by employees scheduled to work at suspended sporting events through the end of the NBA and NHL regular seasons.

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Akil Thomas Proud to be an Ambassador for NHL's Black History Month

The LA Kings prospect and Scarborough native hopes to inspire young hockey players and give back to the community

by Robyn Dutton @dutts_10 /

We're only two months into 2020, but it's been a whirlwind of a year for Akil Thomas. 

That will happen when you score the game-winning goal in the final minutes of the Gold Medal match at the IIHF World Junior Championship.

The World Juniors isn't just another tournament for Canada. It's the tournament for Canada. 

From Boxing Day through January 5, families across the country become fully invested in watching the most promising under-20 players showcase their skills on the world stage.

Growing up in Scarborough, Ontario, meant Akil's admiration for the World Juniors started young. It was the main reason he stuck with hockey full time, when so many other hobbies piqued his interests.

"I remember growing up watching [John] Tavares in the World Juniors, [P.K.] Subban in the World Juniors," Akil said. "I literally grew up going to practice, thinking I was one of them and in my mind saying, 'I'm John Tavares. I'm going to score a big goal.'"

And on January 5… he did. 

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Kings Care Foundation Surprises Third Grade Class with New Bikes

In partnership with Bikes for Kids Foundation, the Kings gifted bikes to an entire class as part of G.O.A.L.S. sponsored by Blue Shield of California

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On Monday, January 27, the LA Kings and Bikes for Kids Foundation gifted 65 third-graders at ISANA Achernar Academy with brand new bikes and helmets.

This event was part of G.O.A.L.S., which is an umbrella program that encompasses all LA Kings and Blue Shield of California-sponsored character building and wellness activities.

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Alex Iafallo Leads an LA Kings Beach Clean Up Through Heal the Bay

In partnership with SoCalGas, staff and volunteers picked up harmful trash that can be hazardous to the environment and local marine life

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On Tuesday January 28, Alex Iafallo, LA Kings staff, and SoCalGas volunteers went to Dockweiler Beach to perform a beach cleanup with Heal the Bay.

In total, over 70 pounds of trash were picked up including over 250 cigarette butts! The cigarette butts go to a recycling program that turns them into surfboards.

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Second-Annual LA Kings Festival Set for Feb. 27

Kings Season Ticket Members and fans will have the opportunity to meet the entire Kings team at STAPLES Center

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The second annual LA Kings Festival - an all-access event in which fans can meet their favorite Kings players, coaches, alumni and personalities - will be held on February 27 at STAPLES Center.

Members receive free access, Line Entry Pass(es), parking and a meal voucher. The option to upgrade to a Black or Silver Package, which includes an exclusive Photo & Autograph Session (a $300 value), premium dinner buffet and more, is available to members at a special discounted rate.

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LA Kings Spread Cheer Throughout the Holiday Season

From making blankets for the homeless to adopting young families, the Kings Care Foundation made the holiday season bright

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Over the past few weeks, the LA Kings and Kings Care Foundation have teamed up with various partners and programs to spread the holiday cheer. 

The Kings hosted a Watch Party at TwentyNine Palms for military members, made blankets for the homeless, hosted a holiday party at Loma Linda Ronald McDonald House for sick kids and all Kings players bought gifts for the annual Adopt-A-Family event.

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Attend an LA Kings Game and Support a Good Cause

On Saturday, November 30, the Kings game will be centered around raising awareness for their charitable partners

by LA Kings @LAKings /

This Saturday, attend an LA Kings game and support a good cause at the same time! 

As the Kings host the Winnipeg Jets, we'll be celebrating Kings Care Night. A night to increase awareness about the foundation's mission and raise additional funds for the foundation's partners.

Why should you get involved, you ask?

Because the Kings Care Foundation supports five important organizations that impact our community, including: Children's Hospital Los Angeles, YMCA, Sandy Hook Promise, Discovery Cube LA, and Loma Linda Ronald McDonald House.

When you donate to the Kings Care Foundation, your money is going directly to the following causes:

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