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Charitybuzz Highlight: Feeling a Little Starstruck?

March 9, 2012

Here’s a chance to rub elbows with some famous and influential people, all while supporting PHS and its programs (like Plant One Million and City Harvest).

The PHS auction at charitybuzz.com features some incredible prizes including tickets to watch a live taping of Hardball with Chris Matthews and a tour of the set, followed by a photo-op with the host and Philadelphia native, Chris Matthews!

On a lighter note, bid for two VIP tickets to be in the studio audience for LIVE! With Kelly in New York (who doesn’t want to start their day with Kelly Ripa?), or be among Philadelphia’s brightest stars with tickets to the Preview Party for the 2013 Philadelphia International Flower Show.

Want to catch up on all things Philly-related? Bid on the opportunity for you and a guest to have lunch with one of most-recognized voices in the Delaware Valley—KYW Newsradio anchor, Harry Donahue. Harry is also the voice of Temple University football and basketball, hosts weekly radio and television shows, and has also done play-by-play for Philadelphia Eagles preseason games.

Visit charitybuzz.com between now and March 13 to bid. Good luck!

Charitybuzz Highlights: The Ultimate for the Sports Fan

March 2, 2012

The PHS auction at charitybuzz.com is teeming with one-of-a-kind prizes for the sports-minded set. For instance, picture yourself with three fiends at center court for a Philadelphia 76ers game or being incredibly close to your favorite player at a Phillies home game.

Or imagine watching the Philadelphia Eagles next season with two suite tickets and two sideline passes.

Want to get the inside scoop on the game? You and three guests can have lunch with former Philadelphia Eagles and New York Giants punter, Sean Landeta.

Want to play instead of spectate? Bid on a round of golf at Merion Golf Club’s East Course in Ardmore, PA. where you and two guests will create a foursome with member and PHS luminary Harry Hill, and then enjoy lunch and a post-round drink.

Bid early and often at charitybuzz.com! These and many other prizes beyond the wide world of sports are only available until Tuesday, March 13. The proceeds from your winning bid directly support PHS and its programs, including Plant One Million and City Harvest. Good luck!

Charitybuzz: Win Big & Support PHS

February 24, 2012

By now you’re ready for the Hawaiian experience that awaits you at this year’s Flower Show, but what if you could win a trip to the sunny beaches of Kauai? PHS has teamed up with charitybuzz.com, where you can bid on that vacation and many other exclusive prizes.

From now to March 13, charitybuzz will host an online auction of incredible prizes, including encounters with celebrities, access to VIP events, tickets to major league games, an iPad, and much more. Your winning bid will support PHS and its programs including:

Plant One Million–each donation helps PHS plant trees toward its goal of one million new trees in the Greater Philadelphia Region.

City Harvest–each donation helps PHS grow and donate fresh produce to feed families in need.

Feeling a little competitive and ready to bid? Participate at charitybuzz.com from your computer or smartphone, or place a bid in person at the Preview Party of the Flower Show on March 3. Happy bidding!

Local Restaurants Support the Pop-Up Garden

June 13, 2011

Everyone is abuzz about the new PHS Pops Up garden on the vacant lot at 20th and Market streets in Center City Philadelphia. This garden raises awareness for City Harvest, a PHS initiative that provides fresh, locally grown food to those in underserved communities.

Six highly respected chefs are lending their talents to this cause. Joining the project are Daniel Stern of R2L, Guillermo Tellez of Square 1682, Chris Scarduzio of Table 31, Michael Schulson of Sampan, Marcie Turney of Barbuzzo, and Lynn Rinaldi of Paradiso, all of whom will create special dishes using the garden’s bounty and donate proceeds back to City Harvest.

Throughout the summer we’ll share delicious recipes from these accomplished chefs. In the meanwhile, check out their impressive bios after the jump. And thanks to the Greater Philadelphia Tourism Marketing Corporation (GPTMC), Philly Homegrown, and the Center City District for their help in promoting City Harvest.

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