L.A. Rams donate equipment to local high school team after fundraiser money stolen

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The Cleveland High School football team in Reseda, California, raised $8,000 for new spring training equipment. When that money was stolen from the head coach’s office, one team mom decided to reach out to the Los Angeles Rams for help. They came through.Rams mascot Rampage and defensive end Robert Quinn presented the team with a donation of clothing, gloves, cleats and helmets Wednesday intended for its offseason program, 7-on-7 tournaments and spring practice. MORE: Cam's new TV show | 18 impact rookies for 2016“I love giving back to the community,” Quinn told the Orange County Register. “It’s what I’m about, and what the Rams are all about.” Samantha Koerner, mother of Cleveland High player Zak Koerner, emailed the Rams when the team’s efforts to replace the stolen money came up short. “Somebody suggested I send an email to the (Rams) C.O.O. I thought he wouldn’t read it. He certainly wasn’t going to respond,” Samantha Koerner said. “Within five minutes, he emailed me back and said, ‘The Rams are on it. We’re going to do what we can to help.’”For a team newly returned to the the L.A. area, this showing of goodwill in the community should go a long way for the Rams.