* An autographed Raul Ibanez baseball and a World Series hat and Rally Towel
* An autographed Jamie Moyer 250th win game ticket and a World Series t-shirt
* The chance to ask Jamie Moyer a baseball question! The top three people with the most entries will be able to ask Jamie a question which will be posted with his response on Phillies Nation.
Entries cost $10 and you can enter as many times as you want – 100% of your donation will go directly to helping kids. A winner will be chosen on August 20th.
Click here to make your donation for a chance to win one of these awesome Phillies prizes. (Enter “Phillies Nation” in the Other field) Help kids in distress and win big!!
The Moyer Foundation was established in 2000 by one of our favorite Phillies pitchers – Jamie Moyer and his wife Karen. The Foundation has raised more than $17 million to support over 170 different organizations in Philadelphia and across the country. The Moyer Foundation’s mission is to offer encouragement, comfort and support to children enduring a time of profound distress – whether physical, emotional, or financial and to provide opportunities for enhancing overall wellness, stability and quality of life. 100% of personal and dedicated donations go directly back to the children and programs funded by The Moyer Foundation.
In addition to providing grants, The Foundation created and funds several key initiatives and community partnerships including the largest and furthest reaching – Camp Erin. Camp Erin is a free bereavement camp designed for children ages 6-17 who have experienced the death of a family member or friend. It is a weekend-long camp experience filled with traditional, fun, outdoor activities combined with grief education and emotional support. Bereavement professionals, licensed counselors and trained volunteers lead age appropriate groups through clinical bereavement activities such as art therapy, journaling, planned discussions and remembrance ceremonies. These activities give grieving youth the opportunity to process and validate their feelings while interacting with peers also dealing with loss.