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Eagles watch party at Tavern on Broad to support the Philadelphia Children’s Alliance

A $10 donation gets you a free drink, happy hour deals and more

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From Philadelphia Children’s Alliance

Bring your friends (and meet new ones) as the Eagles take on the Panthers Thursday night. When the Eagles aren’t making our city proud on the field, several of them are making us proud off the field by helping victims of child sexual abuse. You can grab a drink, watch the game, and help the 3,000 kids that report abuse to Philadelphia Children’s Alliance each year on their pathway to justice and healing.

For a $10 donation to PCA, attendees will get:

  • Your first drink on PCA and two raffle tickets
  • Food from 7:30-8:30
  • Happy Hour prices on food & drink until the end of the game

Raffle Grand Prize: Experience an Eagles game with Glen Macnow & Ray Didinger on 94WIP

The winner will be invited to come join the pre-show planning meetings, sit next in on the show, chat sports during the commercials, and join the conversation on the air.

Get your tickets in advance here.

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