2019 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES GAMEDAY MAGAZINE 55
The Philadelphia Eagles are proud to announce that the Eagles
Social Justice Fund has distributed its first grants totaling
$190,000 to the following Philadelphia-area non-profit
organizations: Philadelphia Community Bail Fund (PCBF),
Philadelphia Opportunities Industrialization Center (OIC),
Police Athletic League of Philadelphia (PAL), and the United
Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey.
Established in 2018, the Eagles Social Justice Fund was
formed to provide grants to organizations that work to
reduce barriers to equal opportunity, with a specific focus
on education, community and police relations, improving
the criminal justice system, and other initiatives targeting
poverty, racial equality, and workforce development in the
The Eagles attended the grand opening of the Haddington PAL Center.
Malcolm Jenkins (right) donated suits and presented a $20,000 grant from the Eagles Social Justice
Fund to MenzFit, a non-profit that provides low-income men with interview clothing, career
development, and financial literacy services.
Nelson Agholor has done a lot of community work in Camden,