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Pitching in to help out.

On the field and off the field, Citizens Bank and the Philadelphia Phillies are making a difference. The Helping Hands Glove Drive and Phans Feeding Families are two of our community initiatives to help those in need. As a good bank, it’s just another way we’re giving back to the citizens of Philadelphia.

Helping Hands Glove Drive

Through the Citizens Bank Helping Hands Program, we’re working to collect new or gently used baseball gloves that can be distributed to children who play in the Phillies Jr. RBI League throughout the Delaware Valley.

The Jr. RBI League helps more than 7,000 children enjoy the game of baseball. Since 2005, the Citizens Bank Helping Hands glove program has collected more than 4,000 gloves for children 12 and under. In conjunction with the Phillies, Citizens Bank employees also volunteer to help clean up local baseball fields and run an annual carnival at the ballpark for the teams that are part of Phillies Jr. RBI League.

So how can you step up to the plate? Bring any new or gently used gloves to the Citizens Bank Kiosk in Ashburn Alley. You’ll be helping a great cause and be put in the running to win a special Phillies autographed item.

Learn More About the Jr. RBI League

Phans Feeding Families

In 2011, Citizens Bank and the Phillies teamed up to launch Phans Feeding Families, a program to support hunger relief efforts in the Delaware Valley. Through three years, Phans Feeding Families has provided over 450,000 meals to families in need through the generosity of the entire Phillies community - the team, Citizens Bank and other Phillies sponsors, and the best phans in baseball.

Check back soon to learn how you can support this year’s program and save the date for Phans Feeding Families Day on Saturday, May 31, 2014.