The Sixers Donated $20,000 in Food to a Camden Kitchen

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The Sixers do a dinner event every season for VIP season ticket holders.

That event was supposed to take place tonight at the team’s training facility, but it was postponed due to the Nor’easter, leaving the franchise with about $20,000 in leftover food.

So they donated it to Camden charity “Cathedral Kitchen” instead:

Cathedral Kitchen has been serving up meals in Camden since 1976. The organization also provide food for local after-school programs, groceries for low-income senior centers, and liaisons with local pantries, churches, and soup kitchens.

There ya go, some good news to wrap up a Tuesday at Crossing Broad dot com.

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14 Responses

  1. Human interest story and I like it. Thank God the sixers medical staff was not involved they would have screwed it up.

    Well done 76’ers!

  2. Human interest story and I like it. Thank God the sixers medical staff was not involved they would have screwed it up.

    Well done 76’ers!

  3. Any way for Kyle/Crossing Broad to make a crap tee shirt out of this and profit off of charity (again)? Maybe just wait for someone else to come up with the idea and then just use it (like the other tee shirts)?

      1. Hello hello… I was just talking to the guys in the back , we all agree that Steeley Dan is incredible. Right

  4. Ever notice that the majority of charitable people in this world are white? And that 95 percent of the time they serve minority communities. Maybe one day those minority communities will learn to help themselves. Or at the very least, feel a shred of guilt that their meals, holidays etc are being paid for by someone else.

      1. Not really man. I just do a ton of service in the community and know that it’s mainly whites cleaning up inner city parks, rehabbing properties for habitat, or working in kitchens. Essentially, whites cleaning up for blacks… Hey maybe we can call that reparations

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