The Eagles Community Quarterback Award is a volunteer recognition program that salutes outstanding citizens who make a difference in our community.
Outstanding volunteers from across the tri-state area were recognized this year as Community Quarterbacks. The Philadelphia Eagles will make a donation to each nonprofit organization served by the ten Community Quarterback finalists.
Monday is the traditional day off for the Eagles; a chance to escape the rigors of practice and watching tape. However several players choose to spend their day off working to help in their local community.
Each year the Eagles encourage their fans to help make the holiday time brighter for Philadelphians in need by joining with the U.S. Marines for their annual "Toys for Tots" Book & Toy drive.
Each year, the Eagles Women's Association and the Philadelphia Eagles team up to ask fans to help Tackle Hunger by donating their non-perishable food items at a home game at Lincoln Financial Field. The Philadelphia Eagles and the Eagles Women's Association would like to thank all the fans that help make our food drives so successfull
Click here for more information on the Eagles Women's Association Food Drive.
As part of Verizon Wireless' HopeLine program, the Eagles and Verizon Wireless will host an annual cell phone drive for Verizon Wireless' Hopline program. We would like the thank all of the Fans and Volunteers that help make our annural Cell Phone Drives a great succes. All the cell phones collected will be donated towards domestic violence prevention and shelters in our area.
If you have used cell phones that you would like to donateplease send them to:
In appreciation of the overwhelming show of patriotism by our fans, the Philadelphia Eagles and Dietz and Watson honor Eagles fans serving in the military as our Hometown Heroes. We would like to acknowledge your friend or family member whose bravery and strength make them deserving of special recognition.