Between October 23 and 31, 2020, AEG’s LA Kings will host a virtual Halloween 5K with proceeds benefitting Children’s Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA), a longstanding partner of the team’s charitable arm, Kings Care Foundation. The event encourages fans to dress-up in their favorite hockey-themed Halloween Costumes to raise money for the hospital’s Blood Donor Center.
AEG’s LA Kings made a special visit last week to patients at the Pediatric Therapy Network in Torrance, Calif. for an afternoon of hockey and reading on Thursday, June 27.
LA Kings prospects Jaret Anderson-Dolan, Alex Turcotte, and Sean Durzi joined LA Kings mascot Bailey and LA Kings Alumnus and Radio Analyst Daryl Evans for a reading of ‘B is for Bailey,’ the LA Kings children’s book, in addition to playing ball hockey with patients ages 0-3.
AEG’s LA Kings recently partnered with SoCalGas to build four playhouses to benefit Habitat for Humanity Los Angeles (Habitat LA) at L.A. LIVE on Friday, March 29. Employee volunteers from both organizations constructed and painted the fully functional playhouses which will be donated to Habitat LA partner families and ReStores, in addition to other local non-profit organizations that benefit children.
AEG joins global #BalanceforBetter campaign to raise awareness about gender balance; Donates $10,000 to Downtown Women’s Center in Los Angeles in conjunction with LA Kings’ Kings Care Foundation
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In celebration of International Women’s Day (IWD), AEG, the world’s leading sports and live entertainment company, is raising awareness about the need for gender balance in the workplace through a social media campaign, #WomenStrong.
Aligning with IWD’s global #BalanceforBetter campaign, AEG’s campaign is anchored by a video that spotlights its female employees discussing the importance of equality in the workplace. The social campaign encourages the company’s community to tag a mentor in order to highlight the women and men who have helped accelerate gender parity.
Proceeds from Annual LA Kings Golf Tournament to be used for Children’s Hospital Los Angeles Department of Pathology
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AEG’s LA Kings raised more than $175,000 for Children’s Hospital Los Angeles at the club’s 19th annual Golf Tournament earlier this week. The event marked the unofficial kick-off of the Kings' regular season, which starts at STAPLES Center on Friday, Oct. 5 against the San Jose Sharks.
AEG’s Los Angeles Kings and the Kings Care Foundation announced the club will use the proceeds from this year’s Taste of the South Bay event on Thursday, August 23 to purchase emergency safety kits to equip South Bay classrooms.
The announcement was made as the Kings hosted Taste of the South Bay presented by The DOMO Group. The 10th annual Taste of the South Bay event is an upscale, food-centric social event at Shade Hotel’s beautiful location in Redondo Beach.
LOS ANGELES, January 24, 2018 /3BL Media/– AEG’s Los Angeles Kings and YMCA of Metropolitan Los Angeles have partnered together to help introduce kids to the fundamentals of youth hockey through clinics and league play.
AEG’s LA Kings will host its annual Firefighter Appreciation Night on Jan. 6 at STAPLES Center as the Kings take on the Nashville Predators.
A cornerstone of the team’s community outreach, the Kings Care Foundation will donate tickets to local organizations that serve firefighters and their families in addition to encouraging LA Kings season ticket members to donate money toward a fund to provide free tickets to local firefighters.
Program introduces hockey fundamentals through clinics, classes and league play to kids, ages 5-14; encourages healthy lifestyles, teamwork, leadership and sportsmanship
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AEG’s Los Angeles Kings, Delta Air Lines and YMCA of Metro Los Angeles celebrated the official launch of the LA Kings Ball Hockey Program in partnership with Delta Air Lines and Blue Shield of California at a kick-off event at the San Pedro & Peninsula YMCA on Sept. 25.
The LA Kings Ball Hockey Program, which introduces the fundamentals of hockey through clinics, classes and league play, will be offered to boys and girls, ages 5-14. League play at eight Los Angeles YMCAs begins Oct. 9, and from October to January, clinics will be held at an additional nine locations.
AEG’s Los Angeles Kings announced LA Kings Green, an umbrella program to encompass the team’s sustainable initiatives. Developed in response to the NHL’s NHL Green and in recognition that environmental issues directly impact hockey, a sport often learned atop of frozen ponds, LA Kings Green aims to bring more awareness to the most critical environmental issues and will continue to drive positive impact through arena operations as well as fan and community engagement.