LA Kings Team Up with Blue Shield of California to Launch G.O.A.L.S. Program for Children in Los Angeles
Kings and Blue Shield of California partner with Grades of Green to begin championing future community leaders on and off the ice
AEG’s LA Kings and Blue Shield of California teamed up with Grades of Green to celebrate the official launch of G.O.A.L.S, a digital platform that helps equip children in Los Angeles with resources to be eco-friendly, inclusive, healthy, socially responsible and knowledgeable, yesterday at St. Anthony Parish School in Long Beach, Calif.
Students at St. Anthony spent the morning reviewing how to properly sort waste before getting first access to the LA Kings and Blue Shield of California G.O.A.L.S platform and playing trash sorting hockey games with LA Kings forward Kyle Clifford as well as Bailey, the club’s mascot, and members of the LA Kings Ice Crew.
The event also recognized efforts of St. Anthony Parish School related to Grades of Green’s Trash Free Lunch Challenge, which empowers students to reduce their waste by applying eco-lessons available through the G.O.A.L.S. Program.
G.O.A.L.S. is a five-part program that equips children in Los Angeles with the practical skills and tools they need to live healthy and serve as leaders in their communities. By championing Green solutions, Open outlooks, Active bodies, Local leaders and Sharp minds, the LA Kings and Blue Shield, the official healthcare partner to the team, will offer this program to students across Los Angeles.
For more information on the G.O.A.L.S program, click here.