Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Paul McRoberts, Rams cheerleaders and staff paid a visit to Warren Lane Elementary on Tuesday to help spruce up the school. The Rams organization was joined by parents of Warren Lane Elementary students to help paint and landscape. The Rams also engaged Sharefest, a local non-profit to help with the beautification effort.
The project is part of the Rams’ monthly Day of Service initiative. Each month, the Rams’ front office staff takes time out of the office to volunteer with local non-profits. During the team’s first year home in Los Angeles, Rams employees provided more than 2,000 hours of community service and impacted 10 local non-profits and 19 schools. Since January of 2017, the team has volunteered with six local non-profits and 25 schools through the Staff Day of Service program.
Joining McRoberts, the Rams staff, cheerleaders and parent volunteers were: Dr. Thelma Melendez de Santa Ana, new State Administrator for Inglewood Unified School District; Dr. Jacqueline Landrum Sanderlin, Executive Director of School and Community Relations for Inglewood Unified School District; and Steve Donahue, Principal for Warren Lane Elementary.