The Archdiocese of Philadelphia’s Catholic Charities Appeal is partnering again this year with the Philadelphia Phillies for “Catholic Charities Night” on Friday, June 26 at 7 p.m. against the Washington Nationals at Citizens Bank Park.

A portion of the proceeds from tickets will go directly to the appeal. Every year, the Catholic Charities Appeal feeds, clothes, shelters and educates more than 200,000 homeless, elderly and disadvantaged people across the Philadelphia region, regardless of their faith.


If 500 tickets are sold, Mick Hanes, a student from Our Lady of Confidence Day School, one of four archdiocesan schools of special education, will throw out the first pitch and children from Catholic Community Choir will sing the National Anthem.

Seating will be located in the outfield (sections 101-107) at $38 per ticket, pavilion (201-205) at $30 per ticket and pavilion deck (301-305) at $20 per ticket.

To purchase tickets to this game and support the Catholic Charities Appeal, visit Catholic Charities Night.