In our efforts to support community-based organizations and initiatives, we have created many partnerships across the country to support programs serving children and families.  

Funds raised are used to reach children and families who have experienced difficulties and need our support. That work varies in scope but all are aimed at reaching children and helping them thrive. 

Recent examples include our participation in the Scholastic Book Fair to promote the importance of reading and education. We have supported Little Leagues in several Chapter cities and have volunteered at local food banks serving families who are experiencing food insecurity.  During the #GivingTuesday season we conduct holiday drives for not only toys, but also for warm winter coats and gloves for families in need. Your efforts will help bring joy to many families this holiday season! 

None of this is possible without the power of the individual donor. 

There is power in a community united – a sense of “oneness” that joins people together. Your support can make an impact! 

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NFL Alumni fosters youth fitness and safety programs thru sports. Central to this mission is a sustained commitment to sponsoring supervised activities where meaningful social interaction can take pla…

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Burlington County DCP&P

Child Protection and Permanency is New Jersey’s child protection and child welfare agency within the New Jersey Department of Children and Families. Its mission is to ensure the safety, permanency, and well-being of children and support families.

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The Player Care Foundation (PCF) is an independent organization dedicated to helping retired players improve their quality of life. PCF addresses all aspects of life by providing programs and assistan…


In 2012, Casey Doolin, daughter of Jim and Ping Doolin, was diagnosed with leukemia during her senior year at St. Joseph’s University. She underwent extensive treatments at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia lasting more than a year.  Casey lost her battle at age 23. Knowing their daugther’s love of children, community service, and helping those less fortunate, they established the Casey Doolin Foundation in 2014, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, as a tribute in her memory.

Volunteer & Support for Local Food Banks

Through our chapter networks we provide support for local food bank.  Many families began to suffer from food insecurity and those who were already having a tough time keeping healthy foods on the table, were struggling even more during the pandemic.  Food banks across the country were strained with increased needs.