The Rams are leading the league in their commitment to today’s youth.
Last month, Rams cornerback Jalen Ramsey donated $1 million to a school in his hometown of Nashville. Now, quarterback Jared Goff is doing his part in his home state of California.
Goff is donating 1,000 book packs and backpacks to the Inglewood School District, which is not far from the Rams’ new home at SoFi Stadium. Goff will also donate all proceeds from his “JG16” apparel to the school district and he will match all donations.
Goff, who grew up in Novato in Northern California, made a statement about his donation.
In a statement, Goff said he is committed to making difference in the lives of Inglewood kids. pic.twitter.com/v3bPwSzF3O— Lindsey Thiry (@LindseyThiry) September 8, 2020
Gestures such as Ramsey’s and Goff’s are so refreshing, especially in under-served areas.
Kudos to them.