Red Goes Green
Help the Phillies in their efforts to make the world a greener place.
Salute the Military
The Phillies are committed to honoring all the men and women who have served or continue to serve our country.
Phillies MLB Urban Youth Academy
The multi-site academy provides year-round instruction to Phillies RBI players in Philadelphia.
In honor of the season of giving, Phillies Charities, Inc. is recognizing 39 nonprofit organizations who continually step up to the plate to provide vital resources to those in need.
On November 17, the Phillie Phanatic showed off his green thumb as he joined Pennsylvania Horticultural Society volunteers to distribute over 1,100 trees to area Tree Tenders.
Kids from across the area received some early treats on Oct. 24 at a special drive-thru Play Ball event hosted by St. Matthew African Methodist Episcopal Church in West Philadelphia.
On May 19, Phillies front office employees and their spouses came to the ballpark to take part in an American Red Cross Blood Drive Supported by Budweiser.
Phillies broadcaster Kevin Frandsen visited Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children in Wilmington, Del., on May 14 to deliver lunch to employees in the oncology unit to say thanks for their work.
On May 7, the Phillies, Constellation and the student body at Springside Chestnut Hill Academy surprised Peter Randall, a beloved robotics teacher, with a Phillies All-Star Teacher Drive-By Parade.
On May 4, the Phillies and their partners distributed thousands of cases of food to 15 Philadelphia-area food pantries that are helping to feed families in need during the COVID-19 crisis.
On Wednesday, March 4, senior student-athletes from the Phillies MLB Urban Youth Academy signed letters of intent to play college baseball and softball at a first-time "Signing Night" celebratory event.
College students and professors went behind-the-scenes in the business of baseball with leaders from the Phillies during the annual Phillies College Winter Summit sponsored by Temple University's Fox School of Business.
The Phillies visited with patients at Nemours/duPont Hospital for Children on Jan. 21. "Lunch with the Phanatic" was filled with fun activities, meet-and-greets with major leaguers and more.