Wells Fargo Team Members, LA Rams Players, Including Defensive Tackle Aaron Donald, And Students At Acacia Elementary School Write Holiday Cards For Service Members To Support The American Red Cross' "Holidays For Heroes" Program On Thurs., Nov. 10, 2016, In Los Angeles. (Casey Rodgers/AP Images For Wells Fargo)
Los Angeles Rams players Maurice Alexander, Michael Brockers, Marqui Christian, Cody Davis, Aaron Donald, Dominique Easley, Nic Grigsby, Matt Longacre, Robert Quinn, Eugene Sims, Cam Thomas and Ethan Westbrooks, along with team members from Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE: WFC) joined together with Los Angeles-area students to support the American Red Cross' " Holidays for Heroes" program. This program enables the public to write and send notes of support and gratitude to service members, veterans and their families during the holiday season. Wells Fargo has a strong and committed partnership with the American Red Cross Los Angeles Region. Through its philanthropic support, the program was joined by Rams at Acacia Elementary in Thousand Oaks and at Kelso Elementary in Inglewood to help students write cards that will be sent to service members overseas this holiday season. This Smart News Release features multimedia. View the full release here: http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20161110006702/en/
Wells Fargo team members, LA Rams players, including defensive tackle Aaron Donald, and students at Acacia Elementary School write holiday cards for service members to support the American Red Cross' "Holidays for Heroes" program on Thurs., Nov. 10, 2016, in Los Angeles. (Casey Rodgers/AP Images for Wells Fargo)
"Our armed forces deserve all the support we can give them, especially during the holidays when they're away from their families and loved ones," said Aaron Donald, Rams defensive tackle, who helped write holiday cards today. "While these cards may seem like a small gesture, the impact they can make in somebody's daily life is significant. The Rams are proud to bring this initiative with us to Los Angeles and we want our men and women serving overseas to know we're thinking of them, we appreciate them and we want them to come home safely."