The Phillies invite you to celebrate Philadelphia's rich LGBTQ culture at our fourth annual Pride Night presented by Giant Food Stores at Citizens Bank Park on Wednesday, June 26 at 7:05 p.m. when the Phillies host the New York Mets. All members of the LGBT community, as well as family, friends and organizations are invited to come out and show their pride at this event.
The first 1,000 tickets which included a coupon for an exclusive Phillies Pride Night presented by Giant Food Stores Wearable Pride Flag have sold out.
We will be collecting food and toiletries for Bebashi - Transition to Hope, a list of the most requested items can be found below. Fans who make a donation will receive a voucher for discounted tickets to a future Phillies game.
- Breakfast Cereal/Oatmeal
- Canned Fruit
- Canned Meats/Fish
- Canned Stew/Chili
- Canned Veggies
- Granola Bars
- Macaroni and Cheese
- Nuts/Trail Mix
- Pancake Mix/Syrup
- Pasta Sauce
- Peanut Butter/Jelly
- Shelf Stable Milk
- Unsweetened Applesauce
- Whole Grain/Wheat Pasta
- 100% Juice
- Feminine Hygiene Products
- Soap/Body Wash
- Shaving Cream
Tickets were available at a $2 discount in locations regularly priced $47 & under.
Limit of 8 tickets per game; per person or entity. For more information on group sales, please contact Colleen Mogee in the Group Sales Office at 215-463-5000 ext. 5363.
Sales/payments may not be cancelled by purchaser. Game date and time subject to change. The team reserves the right to cancel any individual game order in its discretion, without notification. All cancelled orders will be refunded in full.
Thank you for your continued support of the Phillies!
Please note: Theme Night tickets are subject to dynamic pricing and discounts are subject to change.
About Bebashi - Transition to Hope
Founded in 1985, Bebashi - Transition to Hope is the country's first African-American led organization to address the HIV/AIDS crisis in communities of color. It remains one of Philadelphia's largest community-based minority providers of HIV/AIDS education and services for the urban community. Since inception and as a result of the needs of their clients, Bebashi has expanded to a full-service sexual health and social services agency focused on four major areas to assist economically challenged, disenfranchised people of color affected by various health and social disparities. Bebashi's four major service areas are:
- Social Services - Bebashi's Navigators work with anyone in need to link them to housing, job readiness programs, food and more. Our LGBT focused programs, HYPE and 1509, work to identify LGBT youth and young people of color most at risk of homelessness, lack of jobs access and at risk of HIV infection through one-on-one engagement tailored to their specific needs.
- Hunger Relief - Bebashi's Second Helpings Food Pantry is the largest food pantry in North Philadelphia, serving over 300 people monthly. Anyone can access the pantry with a referral and are treated to an assortment of fresh meats, fruits, vegetables, canned and boxed goods as well as prepped "ready" meals they are able to eat on site at Bebashi. Bebashi also focuses primarily on those who suffer from food insecurity and works with them to establish healthier and more frequent meals for themselves and their families.
- Sexual Health - Free and confidential HIV and STI testing (at Bebashi M-F and throughout the city at partner organizations and sites), pregnancy testing and HEP C testing with treatment of HIV+ and HepC clients, as well as medical case management for HIV+ clients. Bebashi's Prevention Education Specialists organize sexual health workshops and are a resource at events, health fairs and panel discussions both locally and nationally. Bebashi also provides a safe space three days a week for HIV+ clients at support groups.
- Breast Health -Bebashi's OurBodies program focuses on providing preventative screenings and education for early detection of breast cancer for women of color 40+, who although are diagnosed at equal rates to their white counterparts are more likely to die from breast cancer and are diagnosed at later stages. OurBodies also provides transportation assistance to appointments and organizes breast health workshops on the importance of screenings and healthy living for anyone impacted or affected by breast cancer.