Over the August 19 weekend, Intuit Dome participated in two back-to-school events, demonstrating their commitment to supporting local education and health initiatives. Intuit Dome was met with enthusiasm as they distributed free swag and essential school supplies to students and families in need.
On Friday, August 18, Intuit Dome set up its booth at the Back to School event held at Darby Park, collaborating with Councilwoman Gloria Gray organized by Heads up Foundation and in partnership with Inglewood Unified School District to create a memorable day for the local community. The event was a vibrant mix of family activities, including the distribution of backpacks, school supplies, and more. Families were treated to an afternoon of fun, food, and fresh produce, alongside valuable health services such as immunizations and health screenings. The event also featured job opportunities and exciting raffles. Our presence not only added an element of excitement by handing out free Clippers hats and shirts, but also highlighted our dedication to supporting educational and community-driven initiatives.
The momentum continued on Saturday, August 19, as Intuit Dome took part in another remarkable event, the Back to School Backpack Giveaway & Health Fair. This event, spearheaded by Assemblymember Tina McKinnor in collaboration with Inglewood City Councilmember Dionne Faulk and the 101 Enterprises Foundation 501(c)(3), aimed to equip K-12 students with essential supplies for the upcoming school year. During the event over 1,000 free backpacks were distributed, ensuring that students were well-prepared for their academic journey. The Health Fair component of the event provided essential services to the community, including health screenings. The event also provided free haircuts to students. Intuit Dome contributed to this event by distributing essential school supplies, including crayons, colored pencils, and markers.
Both events highlighted Intuit Dome’s commitment and dedication to giving back to the communities they serve. A heartfelt thank you to Councilwoman Gloria Gray, Assemblymember Tina McKinnor, and Councilmember Dionne Faulk for organizing these impactful events.