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

Throughout the 2012 and 2013 season, The Phillies Wives spent time at Covenant House Pennsylvania redecorating several rooms including the babies and girls lounge recreational rooms. The spaces will be livable and likable with elements that have quality, durability, and functionality. Not to mention plenty of eye appeal, Residents go to Covenant House from a world of chaos and trauma.

The wives' goal is to provide newly designed spaces to provide these teenagers a sanctuary. The Phillies plan to reveal the newly designed spaces by the end of 2013.

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Mystery Ball Fundraiser

The Phillies Wives held a Mystery Ball Sale in late September, 2012, raising nearly $11,000 which was donated to both The People's Emergency Center and Mothers United Through Tragedy.

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Tonya Cloyd and Libby Ruf helped sell Mystery Baseballs at the 1st base Gate during the game on September 23.
Back to School Donation
Sept. 18, 2012

The Phillies Wives and staff presented nearly 50 brand new backpacks filled with school supplies and other necessities to homeless children and teens currently residing at Gloria's Place, the facility for the People's Emergency Center. All items were donated by Phillies Wives, players and members of the front office staff.

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Stephenie Kendrick and Liz Pierre distributed backpacks, stuffed with school supplies, Phillies caps and Phanatic plush dolls to dozens of children staying at Gloria's Place.
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Stephenie Kendrick helps with an arts and craft activity at the People's Emergency Center.
Phillies Phestival

2012 marked the 28th anniversary of the Phillies partnership with the ALS Association and the 23rd year of the Phillies Phestival to help in the fight against ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease. The event featured Phillies players and coaches greeting both patients and fans in autograph and photo booths as well as live and silent auctions. The Phillies Wives have continue to play a significant role in the event by helping prepare grab bags, greeting patients and volunteering their time on the day of the event. Since 1984, more than $12 million has been raised for the Philadelphia Chapter of the ALS Association.

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The Phillies Wives helped sell grab bags at this year's Phillies Phestival for ALS.
Phillies Wives Save a Pet at the Park

On June 23, 2012 the Phillies Wives group hosted their annual "Save a Pet at the Park" event which featured cat and dog adoptions, a silent auction, raffles and a mystery ball sale. In recent years approximately $200,000 has been raised for the SPCA including $16,500 in 2012 alone.

With help from the Wives the SPCA heightens awareness in the community not only about animal cruelty but also the vital need for animal adoptions from local shelters.

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The Phillies Wives hosted Save a Pet at the Park on June 23, 2012.