Warminster’s Eagle Diner Begins to Host Fundraising for Eagles Autism Foundation

Image via Eagle Diner.
The diner raised money to go towards the organization's mission.

A restaurant in Bucks County is working to raise money to go towards an important cause in the area and beyond. Bob Kelly of “Breakfast with Bob” visited the establishment for FOX 29 Philadelphia.

The Eagle Diner, located at 739 Street Road in Warminster, regularly organizes events for the Eagles Autism Foundation and donates ten percent of the day’s proceeds to the organization. One such event took place on March 30.

Among the organizers was Ben Hartranft, an ambassador for the foundation.

“I love working there,” said Hartranft. “I do gameday stuff as an ambassador, I’m going to be at the concerts this year, I’ll be working another season so if you’re at the Eagles’ games, say hi.”

The day of the event offers great prizes for participants, such as a DeVonta Smith-autographed football and golf swag from Ron Jaworski.

Hartranft’s mother, Sandy, was also at the event to promote her new book, Swinging From The Chandelier: Finding Joy In The Journey Through Autism.

In addition to acting as an ambassador for the Eagles Autism Foundation, Hartranft also visits local schools where he talks with students about his autism.

Watch the entire segment at FOX 29 Philadelphia.


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