Phans Feeding Families Virtual Food Drive

Virtual food drive

Citizens, Philabundance, and Phillies team up for 2021 Phans Feeding Families

Be a hunger hero and help feed families in need by showing your support virtually or in-person at Citizens Bank Park

Citizens, Philabundance, and the Philadelphia Phillies, along with pitching ace Aaron Nola, are seeking hunger heroes to step up to the plate to help fight the region’s growing food insecurity crisis, which has been exacerbated by COVID-19. The 2021 Phans Feeding Families campaign, which is looking to raise $75,000 for Philabundance’s hunger relief efforts, will feature ways for the public to show their support virtually and in-person.

Citizens Mid-Atlantic Region President Daniel K. Fitzpatrick kicked off the virtual food drive with a $50,000 contribution from the bank, which will provide up to 100,000 meals to individuals and families in desperate need.

Fans can support the campaign by doing the following:

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Philabundance has long played a critical role in Greater Philadelphia as it works to drive hunger from our communities and end hunger for good. The organization serves approximately 135,000 people each week – a number that continues to grow due to the impact of the pandemic – children, seniors, college students, single parents and people who are working.

In addition to the Phillies and Citizens, Aramark, The GIANT Company, Goya Foods, Hatfield Quality Meats, SEPTA and Tri-State Toyota Dealers are supporting Philabundance as partners in the 2021 campaign.

Since Phans Feeding Families began in 2011, the campaign has raised more than $500,000 for hunger relief efforts. To date, with fan support of funds and food, more than one million meals have been provided to families in need.