Carson Wentz has officially been traded from the city he has called home for the past 5 years. While the fan base is split with some looking pumped to #11 wearing a new jersey, and others angry at the organization for letting it come to this, one thing we can all get behind is charity! Carson Wentz has done great work in the community via his A01 Foundation. Weather its his “Kingdom Crumb” food truck, or his charity soft ball game, hes tried to make a difference in the area.
Inspired by the “Bills Mafia” flooding various athlete’s charities, weather its Andy Dalton for helping the Bills make the playoffs, or Lamar Jackson who was injured during their playoff game. Its a great gesture and its totally the opposite of what we in Philadelphia normally do. We tend to skew negative. I dont think Im breaking news there. Lets flip the script
The John Kincade show kicks off “Project 11”. Donating $11 to the A01 Foundation to thank Carson Wentz for the good times in Philly. Weather it was the last few games of the 2019 season to secure the Eagles a playoff spot, or the 11 wins that helped the Eagles secure home field advantage and get the Eagles its first Super Bowl title.
We’ve been inspired by the #BillsMafia and we introduce #Project11. As Carson Wentz makes his way out of the city we want to thank him for 5 years by donating $11 to the @AO1Foundation. Let’s flood his foundation with donations and let him know that he WAS appreciated pic.twitter.com/11cPnCT2L7— The John Kincade Show (@975JKShow) February 9, 2021
So do some good Philly! We get a bad rap too often by the local media, lets be grateful for a player that had a HUGE part to getting this city its first Lombardi Trophy. Lets pay it forward. Lets flood that foundation with donations!
The A01 Foundation tweeted out Tuesday night that Eagles fans were delivering in a big way. Lets up it today!
What a pleasant surprise today! Thank you to @975JKShow @975TheFanatic and those who supported #Project11 ! As of 6 p.m. over $5,000 had come in. YOU are changing lives and uplifting communities! #AO1 pic.twitter.com/SyHTB5WlGp— AO1 Foundation (@AO1Foundation) February 10, 2021