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As proud Philadelphians who take our responsibility to the community seriously, the Eagles aim to make an impact in the Greater Philadelphia area. To help give back to the community, the Eagles have developed programs that provide support to those who need it most. These programs also highlight groups and individuals who go above and beyond to advocate for the community they serve.


     Eagles Care Partners

Dignity Housing is the first housing and supportive services program in the nation to be founded and guided by homeless people and activists. Its mission is to break the cycle of homelessness and poverty that confronts low-income families and individuals in the City of Philadelphia. Dignity provides safe, quality affordable subsidized housing, promoting self-sufficiency, and creating opportunities. The housing and social services organization currently manages an inventory of 58 units of affordable housing located in Northwest Philadelphia. For more information, please visit

Philadelphia Wooden boat Factory was founded in 1996 by Geoffrey McKonly, who believed disengaged youth needed a hands-on activity in a constructive environment to help them develop and apply academic skills. Nearly two decades later, the organization works to engage urban teens in hands-on boat building and on-water programming to nurture the problem solving, communication and collaboration skills needed to become confident, capable adults. For more information, please visit

Ryan's Case for Smiles is solely dedicated to helping kids feel better to heal better, and works to improve the quality of life of children and their families as they undergo treatment. Founded in 2007, Ryan’s Case for Smiles brings comfort and support to young patients and their families in hospitals around the globe. What started out with whimsical pillowcases that gave children an emotional boost during treatment has now turned into a program that embraces a child’s entire family so they can better navigate and cope with a very difficult experience and avoid long term emotional trauma. For more information, please visit