Aloe Blacc will be headlining the United Way’s Centennial Celebration that follows the 7 a.m. Nov. 12 walk/run to celebrate its 100 years of service to the community.
Super Bowl LVI Champion and Honorary Chair Andrew Whitworth, United Way, the Los Angeles Rams, local community organizations and businesses and thousands of residents walking/running will be united to build a more just and equitable LA County and invites families across L.A. to join. The walk/run will be followed by a Centennial Celebration at SoFi Stadium, 1001 Stadium Dr., Inglewood.
Register for the walk and gain access to the celebration at www.walkunitedla.org or purchase tickets to the celebration. Children under 14 are free, and tickets are $20 for teens 14+ and adults. Ticket price includes the cost of parking: https://am.ticketmaster.com/rams/walkunitedla
The second annual WalkUnitedLA, is supporting United Way’s efforts to break the cycle of poverty through housing, education, and economic opportunity for all.
New this year will be a special commemorative centennial celebration post-walk/run featuring nearly 20 local restaurants for the “Flavors of Inglewood,” live entertainment headlined by Grammy-nominated recording artist Aloe Blacc, a Classic Car Show, a beer garden with Hawthorne’s own craft brew by Common Space, Rams kids’ zone, family fun kids’ activities and much more.
Celebration performances include the Blue Breeze Band, an R&B/Soul cover band, and the L.A. Community Action Network’s Freedom Singers, with a live set by DJ Malski.
Flavors of Inglewood include the new Cork & Batter, Woodys BBQ and Antojitos Martin among others.
A classic car show featuring Councilman Padilla’s Classic Car Show with Chevys and Fords from the 50s, 60s, and 70s.
WalkUnitedLA,is the signature community event for the Los Angeles Rams and will continue to power the movement to end poverty for our unhoused neighbors, students and working families. Since 2007, HomeWalk, and now WalkUnitedLA has brought together more than 130,000 people from across Los Angeles County and raised over $10 million to end homelessness for over 20,000 of our unhoused neighbors.
“We are thrilled to have Andrew Whitworth, an incredible champion not only on the field but a powerful leader for positive change in our communities, and Grammy-nominated Aloe Blacc, an inspiring social activist that uses his art and platform to create change, join us on November 12th for a day of action, impact, and celebration to all who have made a difference for others,” said Elise Buik, President, and CEO, United Way of Greater Los Angeles.
“Together, we’ve navigated a pandemic, economic and racial inequality, natural disasters, and more to lift each other up in difficult times and support the most vulnerable among us. As we look ahead to our next 100 years, our success will be measured by whether we create a region where every individual and family can not merely survive but thrive.”
“The Rams look forward to continuing our partnership with United Way of Greater Los Angeles through WalkUnitedLA as we deepen our commitment to fight for housing, education and equal opportunity for all neighbors and communities in need,” said Kevin Demoff, COO, Los Angeles Rams. “It’s incredibly exciting to have both United Way’s Centennial and the Super Bowl championship to celebrate this year, and together we will continue to do the work, tackling key issues and forging the solutions necessary to make a stronger and more vibrant Los Angeles for the next 100 years.”