As proud Philadelphians who take our responsibility to the community seriously, the Eagles work throughout the year with Eagles Youth Partnership and non-profits across our region to strengthen and support a high quality of life for generations of Eagles fans.
Eagles Youth Partnership (EYP) is a 501(c)(3) public charity that serves over 50,000 low income children in the Greater Philadelphia region every year with a focus on health and education programming. EYP’s mission is to enhance opportunities and to improve the quality of life for children and youth in the Greater Philadelphia region through health and education partnerships.
The Eagles support hundreds of non-profits in the Greater Philadelphia area through year-round Community Relations efforts. Core to that work is the Eagles Care initiative built off of our belief that strong non-profits build strong communities. Through these season-long strategic partnerships with non-profits we are able to jointly increase the positive impact to a community we share.
The Family Lives On Foundation supports the lifelong emotional well-being of children whose mother or father has died. The Family Lives On Tradition Program supports parentally bereaved children and teens in continuing traditions they shared with their deceased parent.
Greener Partners connects communities through food, farms and education by increasing and strengthening public access to fresh, seasonal and local food; training new farmers in resilient farming techniques and achieving success in the growing local food economy.
The mission of Little Smiles is to put smiles on the faces of children in hospitals, shelters and other like-facilities.
Northern Children’s Services supports the healthy development of children, while stabilizing their families to build stronger communities.
Steppingstone Scholars is built on the belief that children deserve access to an education that allows them the opportunity to make the most of their talents.
"We are both honored and proud to serve our fans and community. We have sought to forge deeper relationships with fans and organizations with the goal to make our community stronger."
- Don Smolenski
President, Philadelphia Eagles
“Our goal has always been to develop a partnership with the city. We understand that as a sports team we have a unique platform to reach people and impact our community positively.”
-Christina Weiss Lurie
President, Eagles Youth Partnership,
Eagles Social Responsibility
Nonprofit leaders! Join us on March 31 for the 3rd Annual Eagles Care Summit, a FREE, full-day conference on capacity building and professional development for nonprofits.
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