While being honored at the Campbell’s Soup headquarters, Jason Kelce decided to take a tour of the facility and chat with employees.




Campbell’s hosted the recently retired Eagles star in an honors ceremony in Camden, New Jersey, where he received a limited edition can and a $62,000 check for his charity, (Be)Philly.

Some employees left their desks and began filming the former center as his curiosity drove him around the workspace. A few were also wearing Eagles gear and gushed over his presence.

Kelce’s foundation describes it’s mission as one that ‘provides financial support and increased visibility to charitable organizations, with a proven track record of improving the education and economic outcomes of students in the Philadelphia public schools.’

After last year’s Super Bowl, the Kansas City Chiefs raised over $70,000 for the foundation that Kelce started in 2022.

Additionally, Kelce recorded a Christmas album with teammates Lane Johnson and Jordan Mailata in 2023. The album reportedly raised $3 million, which was divided among nonprofit organizations around Philadelphia.

In February, Kelce also participated in a 5k to raise funds for a local autism foundation.

Earlier this month, Kelce announced his retirement from the NFL after 13 seasons with the Eagles.