LA Kings Team up With Child Abuse Prevention Center to “Adopt” More Than 20 Families

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LA Kings Team up With Child Abuse Prevention Center to “Adopt” More Than 20 Families

LA Kings forward Tyler Toffoli welcomes families and poses for pictures at the LA Kings Adopt-A-Family event at STAPLES Center on December 9, 2017.

LA Kings forward Adrian Kempe signs a Kings beanie at the LA Kings Adopt-A-Family event at STAPLES Center on December 9, 2017.

LA Kings defenseman Colin Folin presents a toy to a child at the LA Kings Adopt-A-Family event at STAPLES Center on December 9, 2017.

LA Kings defenseman Derek Forbort welcomes families and poses for pictures at the LA Kings Adopt-A-Family event at STAPLES Center on December 9, 2017.

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AEG’s @LAKings adopt more than 20 families from @PreventAbuseOC! #SeasonOfGiving http://bit.ly/2C0JyHX
Tuesday, December 12, 2017 - 2:00pm

CAMPAIGN: AEG’s Culture of Philanthropy and Community Engagement

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AEG’s LA Kings adopted more than 20 families in need for the holidays through the Child Abuse Prevention Center’s Adopt-A-Family program on Dec. 9, 2017.

Prior to the LA Kings vs. Carolina Hurricanes game, the Kings’ adopted families enjoyed the LA Kings Holiday Ice at L.A. LIVE. The families then enjoyed the game from a festively decorated and catered suite at STAPLES Center.  

Following the Kings’ overtime victory, the club’s eighth win in a row, the entire team joined the families in the suite to open presents donated by the team – which included clothing, home appliances, toys, books, American Express gift cards, etc. – and to wish them a happy holiday season. 

Keywords: Philanthropy & Cause Initiatives | AEG | Adrian Kempe | LA Kings | STAPLES Center | Tyler Toffoli | adopt-a-family

CAMPAIGN: AEG’s Culture of Philanthropy and Community Engagement

CONTENT: Multimedia with summary