The Bethesda Project provides a home for people who otherwise would have nowhere to turn. Volunteer cooks make sure those people get a family meal.
“I got the dessert,” said team manager Charlie Manuel (far right).
A new tradition started on Tuesday to counter the spending frenzy of Black Friday and Cyber Monday. It’s called “Giving Tuesday,” and businesses large and small were jumping onboard.
A Center City non-profit is fighting homelessness, one person at a time.
Phillies manager Charlie Manuel and members of the team’s front office got in the holiday spirit today by delivering and dishing food — along with some baseball talk — at a homeless shelter near 9th and Spring Garden Streets.
A dedication ceremony was held Tuesday at Connelly House, in center city Philadelphia, where nearly 80 formerly harmless men and women have been settling into apartments of their very own.
Legendary Flyers goalie Bernie Parent will act as honorary chairman next week at a special gala to benefit the homeless in Philadelphia.