Many players and coaches within the Angels organization have stepped up to support their local communities, such as:
- Jaime Barria – Barria took the time to deliver food to those in need in Panama City, Panama.
- Jack Kruger – the minor-league catcher created a website (ballerbuilder.com) to help high school baseball and softball players navigate the recruiting process.
- Joe Maddon – Maddon, with the help of Albert Pujols, created a video message to help curb the spread of coronavirus in his hometown of Hazleton, Pennsylvania. The safety protocols were recorded in both English and Spanish in order to overcome the local language barrier.
- Shohei Ohtani – the two-way player donated an autographed bat to the Japan Mask Project. All proceeds raised from the auction have been given to the cause, which focuses on providing masks to healthcare workers in Japan.
- Albert Pujols – Pujols, along with the Pujols Family Foundation and other prominent MLB players, created a video to raise awareness about the Down Syndrome community’s higher risk of contracting respiratory complications from COVID-19.
- Julio Teheran – Teheran’s foundation, Teheran Fundacion, donated 500 care packages throughout various neighborhoods in Colombia.
- Mike Trout – the reigning American League MVP sent food to other MVPs: the doctors, nurses, and first responders of a medical center in his hometown. Trout also treated a New Jersey supermarket's staff to a meal and took the time to virtually thank the officers of the Anaheim Police Department for their service.