On Thursday, October 23, join LA Kings Players, Staff and Personnel in supporting #kingsfcancer, an initiative aimed at raising funds and support for cancer related charitable organizations. In an effort to raise awareness and $100,000 for cancer-related organizations, AEG entities and foundations, including the Kings Care Foundation will invite fans to support in various ways.
· V iew and bid on autographed #kingsfcancer jerseys exclusively produced and worn during warm-ups on October 23, 2014. To participate in the auction, text KINGS to 52182, visit kings.myab.co or by going to the LA Kings app.
· Visit the Team LA store or kiosk locations at STAPLES Center to purchase #kingsfcancer merchandise benefiting Hockey Fights Cancer-associated charities.
· Stop by informational booths belonging to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, Camp Ronald McDonald For Good Times, Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, National Brain Tumor Society and Be The Match – all of which are located on the main concourse in STAPLES Center – to learn more about how you can get involved.
· Tell us who you are fighting for -- Receive a #KINGSFCANCER card at the Kings Care Booth at STAPLES Center outside Sec 103 by donating a suggested amount of $1 or more in support of #kingsfcancer.
· Tag #kingsfcancer on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram when sharing images of their loved ones who are impacted in some way by this disease. A memorial/survivor wall at STAPLES Center will feature these images as part of a collage. DOWNLOAD CARD HERE
· Sign up for the Bone Marrow Registry with Be The Match (section 116) and be automatically entered to win a 2014 LA Kings fan replica ring.
· Donate blood at the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles Blood Mobile located outside the 11th Street Entrance on Chick Hearn Ct (aka 11th Street) anytime between 6:00pm-7:30pm on Thursday, October 23 and be automatically entered to win a 2014 LA Kings fan replica ring.
To learn more about #kingsfcancer or to find out how you can support, visit the Kings Care Foundation booth outside Sec 103 on Thursday, October 23 or call (310)535-4467.