Philadelphia Eagles award more than $50K to local high school football and youth football programs

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The National Football League‘s Philadelphia Eagles are handing-out $50,000 in grants to 35 local youth and high school football programs in need. The funds are part of The Return to Youth Football Grant program.

The money will help programs purchase safety equipment, launch tackle and flag football programs, rebound from the effects of COVID-19, and support those committed to girls’ flag football.

“The Return to Youth Football Grant Program allows us to support young athletes across the Greater Philadelphia Area, and to also express our appreciation to the athletic directors, coaches, and league administrators who are inspiring our youth athletes through the game of football,” said Eagles President Don Smolenski. “We are honored to support over 35 programs throughout our community.”

Youth football teams or leagues, NFL Flag teams, high school football programs, and nonprofit organizations that incorporate youth football of any kind into their programming were eligible to apply for a grant. Organizations were required to offer programs or services within the Eagles market. Grants range from $500 to $2,000. 

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Below are those programs that will benefit from The Return to Youth Football Grant.

Bensalem Ramblers Football/NESAC
Big Picture Philadelphia/Vaux Big Picture High School Cougars/Philadelphia Public League
Black and Gold Gridiron Club – Freedom High School Booster Club
Blackhawks Athletic Club
Boys Latin Charter High School
Bristol Wildcats Youth Athletic Association
Bustleton Bengals Club
Camden High
Children Advancing Towards Success (CATS)
CLs Mustangs
Coatesville Midget Football League/CKR/Bert Bell
Crispin Gardens Athletic Club
EOM Angels
Francis Hopkinson School
Frankford Chargers Youth and Sports Organization/Pennsylvania Elite
Hightstown-East Windsor Youth Baseball League
Lawncrest Lions
Liberty Youth Athletic Association
Little Vikings Football Allentown Central Catholic HS
Louis Farrell Elementary School
Martin Luther King High School Football Golden Cougars
Methacton Warriors Youth Football and Cheer
Milford High School Football Boosters
Mount Pleasant High School Green Knights Football
Northeast Bethlehem Raiders
Oak Lane Youth Association Wildcats – American Youth Football League
Pa Elite Athletes (Pa Savages)
Panther Community Foundation/Chester Panther
Pottstown High School Football
South Parkland Youth Association
South Philly Sigma Sharks
The Greater 69th Street Wildcats Athletic Association
Wardogs Elite Athletics
West Chester NFL Flag Football
Wildwood High School Football

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