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Women's Animal Center

2019 is a very special year for Women's Animal Center. It marks the 150th Anniversary of our founding - but not just of our organization. Because we are America's First Animal Shelter, this milestone marks the origins of animal sheltering and adoptions in the United States!

Women's Animal Center's Night with our friends and partners, the Philadelphia Phillies, is one of many exciting ways we'll celebrate our anniversary in 2019 - all with one common goal in mind: protecting, enriching and saving the lives of animals in need. But we can't do it without YOU!

Please join us on Tuesday, April 30 at Citizens Bank Park as our Phillies take on the Detroit Tigers at 7:05 p.m.! 150th anniversaries only come around once in a lifetime, after all, and your support today will help to create a more compassionate world for the next 150 years - and beyond!

Event Details

Tickets are available in the following locations at a special discount:

  • Section 109 - $35 each
  • Section 208 - $25 each

As a bonus, April 30 is a Hatfield Phillies Franks Dollar Dog Night! Additionally, some proceeds from each ticket sold will benefit the Women's Animal Center.

To order your tickets, click on the "Buy Now" button below and enter the password: WAC

Additional Details

Please place your order by April 15. Tickets are subject to availability!

For groups of 25 or more, please contact Colleen Mogee in the Group Sales Office at 215-463-5000 ext. 5363. All groups of 25 or more will be welcomed on the Phillies side auxiliary message boards at the top of the 5th inning.

We hope to see you at Citizens Bank Park!

Please note: Tickets are subject to dynamic pricing.

About the Women's Animal Center

For 150 years, Women's Animal Center has been serving pets and people across the Greater Philadelphia region through our open-admission animal shelter, adoption and foster programs, low-cost veterinary hospital, humane education programs, dog training classes, and other vital nonprofit services provided as part of our lifesaving mission. For more information, please visit www.womensanimalcenter.org.