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FAN ENGAGEMENT

The Philadelphia Eagles organization aims to make an impact in the community and help spread awareness of other organizations that are making a difference in the Greater Philadelphia area. 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 Tackling Breast Cancer (TBC) began with selling pink hats, with a portion of the proceeds benefiting breast cancer care and research. Since then the initiative has raised more than $1.4 million for the cause.

The goal of TBC is to create awareness of the cause and support all Eagles fans and their loved ones in the fight against this disease. We aim to do this through fan engagement, which includes the team's social media platforms where fans can post pictures and share comments about their journeys in tackling breast cancer. Proceeds from the gampaign benefit the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center at Thomas Jefferson University, dedicated to easing the complexities of the treatment process.

Join the #EaglesTBC Campaign here.

Each November, the Philadelphia Eagles host a dynamic, online healthy food drive, benefiting the Coalition Against Hunger. Fans can help us tackle hunger by donating through the You Give Goods website, which enables local area pantries to stock their shelves with healthy food.

Learn more about the Healthy Food Drive here.

One in four Philadelphians struggle with food insecurity. To tackle this issue, the Philadelphia Eagles, ACME Markets and the Coalition Against Hunger have joined up for the Kick Hunger Campaign. Each season, Eagles fans can stop by any Philadelphia area ACME Markets location to donate $1, $3 or $5 at checkout. Fans can also purchase $10 pre-packaged bags of groceries containing healthy food items, to be donated directly to the Coalition Against Hunger.

Eagles youth programs encourage health, fitness and 60 minutes of physical activity per day thorugh a variety of interactive programs, including the NFL Play 60 initiatives.

Fuel Up To Play 60, the in-school nutrition and physical activity program, is helping to make wellness part of the game play in more than 70,000 school across the country.

Learn more about Fuel Up To Play 60 here.

The Play 60 Challenge, a program sponsored by both the NFL and the American Heart Association, inspires kids to get the recommended 60 minutes of physical activity a day. The program includes training videos and a four-week challenge in which children can participate and earn NFL rewards.

Learn more about The Play 60 Challenge here.

The Philadelphia Eagles are committed to reducing our environmental impact through our Go Green program, which began in 2003 with the opening of Lincoln Financial Field. What started with a blue bin under each employee's desck has grown into a company-wide sustainability initiative that includes green energy production and procurement, energy conservation, recycling, composting and much more.

Find out what the Eagles are doing to Go Green here.

We believe there is no offseason to good citizenship and appreciate your year-round effort to strengthen and support a high quality of life for generations of those in our region. The Eagles aim to support local causes through donations of signed and unsigned merchandise to be used at fundraisers throughout the year. Unfortunately, due to the large volume of requests that we receive, items can only be sent to 501(c)3 organizations in the immediate Philadelphia region (including Southeastern Pennsylvania, Southern New Jersey and Delaware) and the Eagles can only provide one item to each organization per season.

To learn more, visit our donation requests page.

As proud Philadelphians who take our responsibility to our community seriously, we appreciate the tremendous work done by our fans and non-profits to support the region we all share. To that end, the Eagles aim to support local causes through player appearances throughout the year. Fans can request player appearances for a variety of events, including parties, fundraisers, social gatherings and rallies. Unfortunately, due to the players' limited schedule and the large number of requests we receive, not all requests can be filled.

To request a player appearance, please complete this form.

The Philadelphia Eagles have partnered with Good Sports to provide football equipment to youth programs in an effort to increase the capacities of inner city youth football programs to serve more youth.

Good Sports is a non-profit whose mission is to increase youth participation in sports, recreation and fitness activities. Good Sports provides sports equipment, apparel and footwear to youth organizations offering sports, fitness and recreational programs to youth in need.

To learn more, visit our equipment donation page.

Eagles Charitable Foundation made a commitment to chess in the Philadelphia schools beginning in 2003 through a grant to After School Activities Partnership in support of chess clubs and supplies.

This partnership of Eagles Charitable Foundation, ASAP (After-School Activities Partnership) and the Philadelphia Chess Challenge encourages chess play in Philadelphia Public Schools with the goal of enhancing children's critical and strategic thinking skills. There is strong evidence that chess builds a variety of skills including reading, analysis, decision making and self control, while it enhances self esteem.

See Past Chess Tournaments.

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