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Flyers Community Relations

"Our Greatest Goal is Assisting the Community."

The Philadelphia Flyers are dedicated to improving the Greater Philadelphia Region, which has supported us so well over the years, through our leadership of and assistance with various community events and programs. The Community Relations and Fan Development Departments focus their efforts on programs that assist in the development and positive growth of children, using the sport of hockey as the means to touch the lives of others.

Specific community activities include hospital visits, youth hockey clinics, holiday volunteering, educational assemblies and seminars, and donations of autographed and promotional items to charitable organizations. With support from the entire Flyers organizations, we strive to make our community a better place to live.

The Flyers Community Teammate Program was developed to recognize an individual or group for their positive contributions to the local community.

The Philadelphia Flyers are accepting nominations for this exciting program. Anyone can nominate a neighbor, friend or relative who is a firefighter, policeman, rescue worker, or just an everyday hero like a teacher or community leader who is making a difference. The program awards two tickets to an everyday hero in the community to a Flyers home game and recognition on the Arenavision scoreboard at the game.

You can nominate a Community Teammate by clicking here to download the Nomination Form.
Nominations must include the person's name, address, e-mail address, telephone number, name of hometown newspaper, and why the individual should be chosen by the Flyers as a Community Teammate. Entries can be submitted via e-mail to Nominations via e-mail must include all information requested on the nomination form.

Face Off for Fitness
The Philadelphia Flyers are pleased to offer a Face Off For Fitness program for your school, recreation center or after school program. Face Off For Fitness targets students in grades 1-5 and has a goal to stress the importance of living a healthy lifestyle.

Members of the Flyers Fan Development department will conduct this 45-minute program during a normal physical education class or after school period. The objective of the program is to heighten awareness and provide information to help kids make positive nutritional and behavioral choices. Kids will be taught about proper day-to-day nutrition and will be informed about several ways in which to be physically active.

All kids in attendance of the program will be involved first hand with the physical activities, receive fitness and nutritional tips from some of their favorite Flyers as well as walk away with special Flyersgiveaways to take home.

If you wish to book a Face Off for Fitness program for you school our organization, please fill out the Face Off for Fitness Request Form. If you have any questions, please call 215-218-4334 or email us at

Donation & Appearance Requests
The Philadelphia Flyers are committed to positively influence and support the community beyond just hockey. We believe that in keeping with the Flyers tradition, we have a responsibility to give back to the community that has supported us for so many years. However, because professional sports entities receive numerous requests for appearances and donations, the following guidelines must be followed. These guidelines assure fairness while maximizing the benefits the Flyers can provide the community.

All requests must be made in writing on organization or event letterhead and mailed to: 

The Philadelphia Flyers
Attn:  Community Relations
3601 South Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA  19148

If you have questions, you may also contact us by phone at (215) 952-5763 or by email at:

Please understand due to the large volume of requests received
, all requests must be made at least 4-to-6 weeks in advance; no exceptions.

Due to the large volume received, failure to include the following information may result in denial. All requests must include:

  • Description/mission of the organization
  • Date, time and location of event
  • Event purpose/beneficiary
  • How item will be used (raffle, door prize, auction)
  • Verification of 501(c) (3) (non-profit status) (if applicable)
  • Contact name, telephone number and complete street address.  We do not mail to a P.O. Box.

Requests for special appearances, speakers, and participation in community events will be handled through the Flyers' Community Relations Department.

Our Area of Focus: The Flyers organization places priority on supporting communities where our fans and employees live and work. We support many organizations and charities, including groups assisting disadvantaged youth, educational development and youth hockey programs.  Preference is given to organizations that meet the above criteria.

We are unable to accommodate out-of-area requests, monetary donations or charitable sponsorships.

Specific Requests
Player, Ambassador of Hockey, or Flyers Alumni Appearances:
 There may be a fee included in some appearances. All appearance requests for a player, our Ambassador of Hockey Bob "The Hound" Kelly, Flyers Alumni or PC Richards & Sons Ice Team should be made in writing and addressed to:

Philadelphia Flyers
Attn: Community Relations
3601 South Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA, 19148

You may also contact us by phone at (215) 952-5763 or by email at:

Get Well Cards
Get well cards are sent to any Flyers fan who is sick or in the hospital. We prefer to send the card to the home address rather than a hospital because many patients are discharged or room numbers change and they do not receive the card. For more information, please call us at (215) 952-5763.

Fan Club

The Philadelphia Flyers Fan Club offers many special features for its members. A Philadelphia Flyers Fan Club member (PFFC) is entitled to the following:
  • Newsletter, "The Puck"
  • Monthly Meetings, featured speaker from the Flyers Organization
  • Exclusive Trips
  • An Annual Luncheon and/or Dinner with the Flyers Organization
  • Road Trips and Parties

For more information click here  or visit the Fan Club table behind Section 117 during home games.

Maryann Corner
PFFC Corresponding Secretary
3601 S. Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19148




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