Thursday, May 20, 2010

Philadelphia Eagles Max Jean-Giles Partner with The Salvation Army in Million Meals for Haiti

The Philadelphia Eagles are partnering with The Salvation Army of Greater Philadelphia, Drexel University, the PA National Guard and Numana, Inc. to help promote and volunteer for The Salvation Army Million Meals for Haiti event. On Friday evening, May 21 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., Philadelphia Eagles guard and Haiti native, Max Jean-Gilles and Eagles linebacker Akeem Jordan along with SWOOP and Eagles employees will volunteer in the city-wide effort to get nutritious food to the starving people of earthquake-ravaged Haiti.

"We're thrilled with the tremendous support organizations like The Philadelphia Eagles are bringing to The Salvation Army Million Meals for Haiti Event," said Major Jorge Diaz, Director of Operations for The Salvation Army of Greater Philadelphia. "We've set the bar high and we're hopeful that Philadelphians will band together and help the Haitian people who still have no means of earning wages and buying food."

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