Chase Utley Supports Mural Project For Animal Cruelty Prevention

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Philadelphia Phillies second baseman Chase Utley and his wife Jennifer are strong supporters for initiatives against animal abuse. They are working with local students in Philadelphia to put a stop to animal cruelty in our community.

The Utley’s are partnering with the City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program and the Pennsylvania SPCA to create public art works promoting being kind to animals. The mural is being designed for the Universal Vare Charter School’s Recreation Center. Students from the school are able to participate and help with the project in conjunction with the Utley’s and artist David Guinn.

This is one of Chase and Jennifer’s favorite projects to participate in with the community. It’s exciting for them to support this great cause and they take pride in getting students involved at a young age! Their own dog, a pit bull named Jack joined the team and foundation to fight against animal cruelty, as well.

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