Sean McVay has stressed the need for giving back to the community. Since he took the leadership of the Los Angeles Rams, he has done several charitable works. They include those affected by wildfire menace and mass shooting.
He helped raise $1.1 million in relief funds for fires with a telethon last fall. They also gave out the check to victims of the shooting and even free game to first responder’s victims. Jared Goff who was a victim of fire helped in the formation of California Strong fund. The group assisted in raising money for the victims of fire and shooting. Goff joined also joined the organization this past weekend in the distribution of checks.
The fire did significant damage in Northern California whereby Goff home was razed. The young quarterback has a strong connection to the community. He is from Bay Area but played college ball at California.
Goff is only 24 but has shown a lot of maturity and concern not common to people of his age. The culture of the team has been a driving force in these charitable activities. The Ram has demonstrated beyond doubt how the Los Angeles community means to them beyond the gaming arenas.