HONDA CENTER CHARITIES

IMG_2373.JPGWe Give Thanks

For the past nine years, Honda Center has partnered with La Casa Garcia Restaurant and We Give Thanks, Inc. to serve free Thanksgiving meals to thousands in the Honda Center parking lot. 

Anaheim Ducks players, coaches and front office staff members attend each year, along with countless other community volunteers, to serve food and spend time with those in attendance.

The mission of We Give Thanks is to enhance the well-being of the less fortunate in Southern California by making ongoing efforts and contributions to their well-being. They carry out this mission through various service activities. This includes bringing our community together on Thanksgiving Day for a special holiday meal, entertainment, and meeting place.

For more information, please visit www.wegivethanksinc.org/home/.



spolympics_logo.jpgSpecial Olympics of Southern California
Honda Three Stars of the Game: American Honda partnered with the Ducks again this season on the 3 Stars Leaderboard, which recognizes players with points being selected as one of the stars of the game. Honda supplemented their 3 Stars Leaderboard feature with a generous donation to Special Olympics Southern California. 

Shown during each Ducks home game on HondaVision, and on the Ducks home and away TV broadcasts, fans were able to follow their favorite players as they accumulated points throughout the season by being selected as one of the 3 Stars of the Game.  On Fan Appreciation night, Corey Perry was recognized as this season’s winner!

John Wooden Classic: Established in 1994, the Wooden Classic is an annual tribute to the legendary former coach and the excellence he personified. The event, produced by Anaheim Arena Management, LLC, has a tradition of bringing the nation’s finest college programs to Southern California.

In addition to college basketball, charitable activities surrounding the event have raised over two million dollars, with beneficiaries including Special Olympics Southern California.  Over the years, Special Olympics athletes have also participated in a basketball clinic led by UCLA coaches and players and had the opportunity to hear from a variety of UCLA greats including Coach Wooden, Jamaal Wilkes and John Vallely.
        


RonaldMcDonaldHouse.jpgRonald McDonald House
Walk for Kids:
Since 2010, Honda Center has hosted the annual Walk for Kids™, a 5K walk designed to raise funds and awareness for the services and programs provided by Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southern California. 

About The Orange County Ronald McDonald House: The Orange County Ronald McDonald House and Ronald McDonald Family Rooms provide a comforting 'home away from home' for families with seriously ill children receiving treatment in Orange County hospitals. Since 1989, more than 10,000 families from all over California, the U.S. and other countries, have found a comfortable place to stay for several hours, days, weeks, months, and in some cases, over a year.

To learn more about Orange County Ronald McDonald House and how you can register for The Walk for Kids, please visit www.ronaldhouseoc.org