Local NFL Alumni Sleeping Out to Bring Attention and Raise Funds for Homeless Youth

Members of the Philadelphia Chapter of the NFL Alumni, including local NFL Alumni Board Member and Conshohocken-resident Dan Esposito, will be supporting The Covenant House of PA and raising donations via a sleep out on November 15th.

Former NFL players and cheerleaders will join hundreds of others in an enclosed and secured parking lot in Philadelphia armed only with the clothes on their back and a cardboard box. The goal is to raise awareness and donations for The Covenant House of Philadelphia. There are over 5,000 homeless youth in Philadelphia.

The Covenant House provides housing and transitional services to homeless youth across the country.

The NFL Alumni mission of Caring for Kids will be on full display as the brave the elements to bring attention to the cause of youth homelessness.

Joining the NFL Alumni is Camco Property Management who has supported this cause for a number of years and employs graduates of the Covenant House program.

If you would like to join the sleep out or donate you can go join here.