*2017-2018 Eagles Care Highlights*
Nelson Agholor got back on the field last weekend at Chester High School where he held a football camp for local kids.
It was an afternoon to remember at St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children, when Philadelphia Eagles players and kids teamed up for some arts and crafts.
Players and coaches from Chester High School got an opportunity of a lifetime to take tour around the Novacare Complex, meet Eagles players, and were presented a check of $10,000 to go towards their athletic program.
On Monday, Mack Hollins, Torrey Smith, Steven Means, and Donnie Jones spent their off-day at Cradles to Crayons’ warehouse, The Giving Factory, to help sort donated items that have recently been collected for children in need.
The Eagles spent the afternoon playing Bingo with CHOP patients and families on Monday afternoon the week of their critical playoff matchup against the Falcons.
Partnered with Liberty USO, Philadelphia Eagle players and front office employees packed care packages and personalized notes for military personnel in Djibouti, Africa, and Afghanistan.
To help spread some holiday cheer for out of town families, the Philadelphia Eagles made a special visit to the Philadelphia Ronald McDonald House to play games, sign autographs, and take pictures with family members and children who are being treated at nearby treatment facilities.
Take a look as Nigel Bradham and Rodney McLeod take kids from the Boys and Girls Clubs of Philadelphia on a holiday shopping spree at Modell's.
In an effort to raise awareness for Ryan’s Case for Smiles - an organization that brings comfort and support to young patients and their families - the Philadelphia Eagles participated in a pajama day with students at New Eagle Elementary School on Monday.
Eagles rookies visted the Orange County Ronald McDonald House and helped honor former Eagles tight end Fred Hill.
Eagles players spent their day off building houses with Orange County's Habitat for Humanity.
Dunkin' Donuts, Good Sports and Zach Ertz teamed up to donate sports equipment to the Whitman Park Youth Football program in Camden, New Jersey.
With the help of the American Dairy Association Northeast, American Heart Association and ACME, the Philadelphia Eagles hosted an interactive Fuel Up to Play 60 pep rally for the students and faculty at Edwin M. Stanton School on Monday.
Linebacker Nigel Bradham shares in the holiday spirit as he delivers Thanksgiving meals to families in the area along with former Eagles Care partner Northern Children's Services.
Eagles players and Dignity Housing delivered Bob's Discount Furniture and food to a local family. Acting as Bob’s Discount Furniture employees, the players helped to make the holiday season special for the Dennis Family. The Dennis family was selected by Dignity Housing to receive a house full of furniture courtesy of Bob’s Discount Furniture. Bob’s Discount Furniture is an American furniture retailer. Dignity Housing provides housing and supportive services to homeless families and individuals.
Eagles players participated in virtual games of Madden with deployed soldiers. The event is in partnership with Pro vs. GI Joe, a non-profit that organizes virtual gaming experiences with professional athletes and military personnel.
Carson Wentz recently surprised local veterans with some Bose headphones and tickets to an Eagles game to show appreciation for their service.
Eagles players brought the spirit of Halloween to CHOP patients on Monday as they dressed up in some of their favorite costumes.
The Eagles hosted a youth football experience for the Bux-Mont Pop Warner League's Challenger Division, where Eagles players and SWOOP got to scrimmage with the children in the league.
Watch as Eagles players and local youth learn how to effectively build and rig a boat before getting out on the water to compete in a 50-yard rowing race.
On Monday, the Philadelphia Eagles and Living Beyond Breast Cancer hosted an hour-long yoga session at the NovaCare Complex. Eagles players joined men and women who are currently battling breast cancer for a fun session of yoga.
Eagles players, Jeffrey Lurie, and Roger Goodell came together to gain perspective on criminal justice reform issues.
Eagles players and Dignity Housing children plant new trees and flowers at one of the nonprofit organization's homes. Dignity Housing provides housing and supportive services to homeless families and individuals. Take a look!
Learn how 100 percent of the participant-raised funds from the Eagles Autism Challenge will aid three nationally recognized institutions - Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Drexel University, and Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health.