San Diego Sockers team up with Traveling Stories to support children literacy

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The San Diego Sockers are teaming up with Traveling Stories to support children’s literacy. Joining KUSI to discuss the details is U.S. Soccer Hall of Famer and Sockers midfielder Landon Donovan and the founder and CEO of Traveling Stories Emily Moberly.

To further support children’s literacy in San Diego, players from the Sockers will volunteer to read with kids at Traveling Stories’ StoryTent program on April 6th at 10 a.m., at the City Heights Farmers’ Market. The event is open to the public. The StoryTent is a free literacy program for children between two and 12 years old.

To learn more visit or call (619) 269-0438.

Information about the Sweepstakes:

Anyone may enter the sweepstakes. $10 gives you one chance to win. Additional donations provide more chances to win. Every dollar donated will go to Traveling Stories to support their StoryTent programs for kids across San Diego County.

Those who enter the charity sweepstakes will have the opportunity to win the following grand prize:

– Meet & Greet with Landon Donovan at the game on April 13th for you and a friend

– San Diego Sockers Jersey

– Two tickets to the April 13th game

– $25 gift card to Phil’s BBQ

The sweepstakes will end on April 7th during the game’s half-time. The winner will be announced after the third quarter. The winner does not need to be present to win. To enter the sweepstakes and to view full contest rules, visit

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