Jefferson Breast Care Center Ribbon Cutting
The Philadelphia Eagles and Jefferson University Hospital have joined together once again to announce the opening of Jefferson University Hospital's Philadelphia Eagles Breast Health Floor...
Eagles fever takes hold at Official International Watch Parties
"Fly, Eagles Fly" rang loud and clear Down Under at the inaugural Official International Watch Parties!
Eagle for a Day with REFORM Alliance
On Tuesday, the Eagles hosted 35 children who the criminal justice system has negatively impacted for a very special event with REFORM Alliance co-chairs Michael Rubin and Meek Mill.
Eagles volunteer with Cradles to Crayons
The Philadelphia Eagles volunteered their time at Cradles to Crayons, where they wrote cards and packed supplies for kids in need. Check out the best photos from the event!
Eagles support the community during Thanksgiving week
Eagles players amplified their community efforts by participating in events during Thanksgiving week. The team worked with Big Brothers Big Sisters, Campbell's Chunky, and ACME to provide meals to families who needed them this holiday season. The rookies also visited MANNA to help make meals for people with serious illnesses who need nourishment to heal. Check out the photos from their time serving the community!
Eagles celebrate Salute to Service Week
The Philadelphia Eagles are honored to have spent time supporting veterans and service members at multiple exciting events throughout the week! The team hosted Flag Football with Toyota, a visit to the VA Hospital, a Military movie night, a Pros vs. G.I. Joes video game night, and more! Check out the best pictures from the week.
Carli Lloyd and the Eagles host girls flag football clinic
Four-time Olympian, two-time FIFA Women's World Cup champion, and two-time FIFA Player of the Year Carli Lloyd came to the team's practice bubble for an Eagles Learn to Play Clinic with Devon Allen, Patrick Johnson, and Grant Calcaterra. Check out the photos!
Eagles bring Mobile Jr. Clinic to local elementary school
The Philadelphia Eagles brought their Mobile Jr. Pro Clinic presented by ACME to William H. Hunter Elementary School with the goal of introducing the game of football to local youth. Jack Stoll and Grant Calcaterra were in attendance, check out the photos!
Eagles share powerful message at Sheperd Recreation Center
A.J. Brown, Miles Sanders, the Eagles Cheerleaders, and SWOOP visited the Sheperd Recreation Center in West Philadelphia on Tuesday, a site where a shooting left the neighborhood questioning what areas are safe.
Malcolm Jenkins brings the Old Spice School of Swagger program to Simon Gratz High School
Check out the photos of Eagles legend Malcolm Jenkins visiting Simon Gratz High School as part of the Old Spice School of Swagger initiative.
Eagles mark 9/11 anniversary with meal pack event
On Monday, September 12, the Eagles and 9/11 Day hosted a large-scale meal pack event at Lincoln Financial Field in honor of the anniversary. With September serving as Hunger Action Month, more than 900 volunteers came together to pack thousands of meals for Philabundance, a local food bank that sets out to end hunger in our communities. The meal pack event will be supported by Toyota, ACME, Campbell's, Johnson Kendall Johnson, Rita's Water Ice, AAA, American Airlines, Aramark, Comcast, Dunkin, Firstrust Bank, Hoffman's Exterminating, NovaCare Rehabilitation, and Philadelphia Insurance.
Eagles participate in Leveling the Playing Field equipment donation event
Eagles participated in an event benefiting Leveling The Playing Field, an organization dedicated to providing donated sports equipment to young athletes who need it.
2022 Eagles Autism Challenge
Championed by Eagles Chairman and CEO Jeffrey Lurie, the Eagles Autism Challenge sets out to fund innovative research, drive scientific breakthroughs, and provide critical resources to create a major shift from awareness to action. One hundred percent of participant-raised funds from the team's signature charity event are invested into the autism research and care community, with more than $16 million raised in its five years.