Eagles, Xenith Donate Xenith Football Helmets to Philadelphia-area High Schools
Eagles, Xenith Donate Xenith Football Helmets to Philadelphia-area High Schools

When the Philadelphia Eagles Pro Bowl players Fletcher Cox, Brandon Graham, and Jason Kelce decided to invest their Pro Bowl grants into their local youth football programs, they called Xenith.

Together, we teamed up to donate new Xenith football helmets to over 150 varsity football players cross the Philadelphia-area: Simon Gratz Charter, Mastery Charter North, and Cheltenham High School. Take a look at their reaction when they found out they would be bringing these new helmets home. 

"We are incredibly grateful to Xenith for matching our helmet donation and providing much needed safety equipment to more athletes," said Vice President of Community Relations Julie Hirshey. "The health and safety of our youth is a top priority, and these helmets will ensure an enhanced, safe playing experience for over 150 high school football players in our area." 

Cox, Grahman, and Kelce jointly invested their Pro Bowl grants into this donation. The Philidelphia Eagles contributed an additional $20,000 to the players' grants. Xenith then matched the Eagles' contribution in helmets, bringing the total donation amount to $70,000 worth of equipment. 

Thank you to the Eagles' players and organization for choosing Xenith to be a part of this opportunity to give back to your community!

High school football players from Mastery Charter North and Cheltenham High School sit together at the Eagles' practice field after they received their new Xenith football helmets.Simon Gratz varsity football players pose with their new Xenith football helmets while standing inside the Eagles locker room.