LA Galaxy Foundation Announces Special Mother's Day VIP Experience prior to game on May 7

CARSON, Calif. – The Los Angeles Galaxy Foundation announced today a special Mother’s Day VIP Experience will be held prior to the LA Galaxy’s game against the New York Red Bulls on Saturday, May 7 from 6-8 p.m. at The Home Depot Center.

The Mother’s Day VIP Experience is open to all women and will treat them to a VIP Experience featuring a pre-game reception with appetizers and cocktail stations by Korbel and Finlandia Vodka, a coach’s chalk talk with Associate Head Coach Dave Sarachan and pampering experiences by Stila Cosmetics and Mimosa. Additionally, the American Heart Association and Amella Caramels will take part in the event, which will include an Opportunity Drawing and gift bags.

The Mother’s Day VIP Experience is an exclusive fundraiser benefiting the Los Angeles Galaxy Foundation (tax id number 95-4770699) a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to supporting and creating educational, recreational and health initiatives and programs in the Southern California area with a focus on assisting underserved and at-risk children. Additional information on this event is available at http://www.lagalaxy.com/galaxy-foundation. 

Fans can treat themselves, their mom or any woman in their life to a VIP Experience. Event tickets are $50 and can be purchased by calling the Galaxy Foundation at 310-630-2200 or downloading the Mother’s Day VIP Experience order form.

Please note a Galaxy vs. Red Bulls game ticket is also required and are available in the following price ranges: Upper Reserved: $20, Reserved Sideline (Section 107): $50, Galaxy Club Seat: $75.

Mother’s Day VIP Experience partners, supporters and donors include adidas, Amella Caramels, American Heart Association, Blistex, Finlandia Vodka, Food Should Taste Good, Herbalife, LÄRABAR, kai fragrance, Korbel, Mimosa, Nothing Bundt Cakes, OPI, Stila Cosmetics, and UPPABaby.

For more information on the Mother’s Day VIP Experience, click here or contact the Galaxy Foundation at (310) 630-2200.