EAGLES CARE COMMUNITY MONDAY INITIATIVE
In an effort to continue their hard work off the field, Eagles players participate in service opportunities through the team’s
Eagles Care Community Monday initiative. They spend their day off during the season to positively impact the region by
visiting local children’s hospitals, elementary schools, retirement and environmental centers, food pantries, and more.
BY OLIVIA SCHALLER
40 2019 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES GAMEDAY MAGAZINE IN THE COMMUNITY
CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL OF PHILADELPHIA HALLOWEEN CELEBRATION
In celebration of Halloween, the Eagles’ rookie class visited with some
of the kids at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia on Tuesday, October 29.
The first-year players dressed up in their favorite costumes and spent
the afternoon handing out Eagles-themed treats to the patients. As one
of the nation’s top pediatric institutions, CHOP provides advanced care
for children through innovative technology, world-class physicians, and
NATE HERBIG, DRESSED AS MR. INCREDIBLE, POSED FOR A
PICTURE WITH HIS NEW FRIEND.
ALBERT HUGGINS HAD A “SUPER” FUN TIME COLORING EAGLES PICTURES
WITH A COUPLE OF KIDS.
J.J. ARCEGA-WHITESIDE, IN HIS ROCKET COSTUME, HAD A BLAST HANDING
OUT EAGLES TREATS.
BATMAN (SUA OPETA), A PINEAPPLE (ANDRE DILLARD), AND
THOR (MILES SANDERS) EMBRACED THE HALLOWEEN SPIRIT
AT CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL OF PHILADELPHIA.