Published on in CHOP News
The Philadelphia Eagles, in partnership with KultureCity, have announced the official certification of Lincoln Financial Field as a sensory-inclusive stadium. This new initiative will promote a positive and fun experience for all fans with sensory challenges visiting Lincoln Financial Field. The Eagles are one of the first sports franchises to adopt this accommodation.
Presented by Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), a founding beneficiary partner of the Eagles Autism Challenge, the Lincoln Financial Field sensory room is one piece of a broader collaboration between the Eagles and CHOP to benefit families throughout the region. For the past decade, the Eagles and CHOP have collaborated on the team’s annual Huddle Up event, a carnival-style gathering geared specifically for families impacted by autism. Since August 2016, the Eagles have donated nearly $2 million to benefit autism programs at CHOP and the Center for Autism Research.
Contact: Kaila Conti, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, 267-426-6054 or firstname.lastname@example.org