LAPD Centurions Charity football game vs. the LASD Grizzlies NA18073ti

April 23, 2018

WHAT: Full contact charity football game – “Shields Vs. Stars”

WHEN: Saturday, April 21, 2018 2 p.m. (kickoff)

WHERE: Walnut High School 400 North Pierre Road Walnut CA 91789

WHO: Los Angeles County Sheriff, Sheriff Jim McDonnell Los Angeles Police Department, Chief Charlie Beck Los Angeles Police Department, Assistant Chief Michel Moore NFL greats, Rod Martin, Sam Cunningham, Calvin Sweeney and Vince Evans

WHY: On April 21, 2018 the LAPD Centurions will be playing a full contact charity football game vs another team of first responders at Walnut High School. The Centurions are a team comprised of LAPD Officers of various ranks and assignments throughout the city of Los Angeles who have been “Playing football for kids since 1978”. When we say kids we’re referring to the Blind Children’s Center of Los Angeles.

The Centurions have played a large part in the continued success for the center both monetary and through forms of mentorship. Our Officers travel the country, on their own dime and time, for the love of both the game and students at the center. By playing football we help bring much needed awareness and capital to the center.

There will be a special presentation by the LA Chargers at halftime at which point they will be donating/presenting a $2000.00 check to our organization.

CONTACT: For questions, contact Sergeant Marc Rojas, Southeast Area Community Police Station, at, or 818.355.9639.