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At Bat in our Community

Phillies Harmony Fan Club

The Phillies Harmony Fan Club is devoted to both adults and children with special needs, their families, friends and supporters. The program focuses on fun, participation and inclusion. Phillies Harmony Fan Club workouts use the fundamentals and rules of baseball as a means to encourage physical fitness and the development of fine and gross motor skills through enjoyable exercise and physical activities.

The program is coordinated by the Phillies and a certified adapted physical education teacher and trainer who travels to multiple sites to conduct workouts and special events. Workouts include a "Meet and Greet" with the trainer and staff, stretching, learning stations for batting, catching and throwing and finally a rewarding and fun game. Each site hosts special events throughout the year, which have been comprised of carnivals, block parties, holiday dinners and much more. The Phillie Phanatic, Phillies Ballgirls and even Phillies players/coaches have also been known to make surprise appearances at the events.

The Phillies Harmony Fan Club visits the following sites: Easter Seals of Southeastern PA, Devereux, Variety and COMHAR.

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For more information, or if you would like to make a donation to the Phillies Harmony Fan Club, please contact The Phillies Community Outreach Department at community@phillies.com.

2009 Article - Phillies Harmony Fan Club

They said it

"Our campers love the Phillies Harmony Club experience...the Phillies Harmony Club coming to our camp is among the highlights of our camp season!"
-- William Barnes, Camp Cando

"Every activity is modified in a way that allows all campers, regardless of ability level, to actively participate. These sports and recreational activities foster an "I CAN" attitude for all campers which builds upon their level of confidence and self-esteem."
--Ryan Babich, Camp Carefree