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The Phillies Wives are an active part of the Phillies Family and take part in numerous charitable events, including raising funds for worthy causes, collecting shoes and backpacks for deserving children and visiting with patients at the Phillies Phestival for ALS.


From Our Home to Yours

A Collection of Phillies Recipes - Volume 2 - Traditions Made Healthy

The Phillies Wives are proud to present a brand new recipe collection which features 36 favorite recipes from the Phillies with plenty of healthy ingredient substitutions. Beyond this delicious assortment of snacks, main entrees and desserts each two page spread also provides calorie content, nutrition facts, personal anecdotes and images of the players and coaches, their family members along with images of their prepared meals.

Joe Swanhart who oversees Phillies Clubhouse food operations additionally offers some insight on the Phillies' clubhouse game day menus as well as juicing tips.

Step up to the plate and simply enjoy!

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Phillies Phestival

The 2016 Phillies Phestival took place on Thursday, June 9 at Citizens Bank Park and garnered a grand total of $718,689. The Phillies Phestival is a fun-filled autograph and auction party for all ages which is held annually with the goal to strike out ALS, the devastating neuromuscular condition for which there is no known cause or cure. Since 1984, the Phillies have raised over $17 million for The ALS Association, Greater Philadelphia Chapter's patient services and research.

Phillies Phestival

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Phillies Wives Save a Pet at the Park

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The Phillies Wives held their 10th annual charity event, Save a Pet at the Park, during the game on August 20 at the First Base Gate. Phillies Charities, Inc. hosted a memorabilia auction and volunteers helped the Phillies Wives sell signed mystery baseballs to benefit the Pennsylvania SPCA.

Fans in attendance generously donated cat and dog toys and blankets. By the end of the game, dozens of dogs and cats, both young and old, had found forever families.

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