Even after Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz was traded to the Colts in February, not everyone hopped off the Wentz wagon – which is good, seeing as it’s still wheeling through South Jersey. Although admittedly, these wheels have nothing to do with football. As Wentz moves on to Indianapolis, he’s leaving his food truck “Thy Kingdom Crumb” behind.

In 2018, the quarterback’s AO1 Foundation partnered with The Connect Church in Cherry Hill to launch a food truck that provides free food to people in need. When the pandemic hit, the program expanded with its initiative “Love From The Crumb,” which provided free grocery boxes and frozen meals to struggling families and essential workers.

So no matter how you feel about Wentz moving on, one Wentz wagon is still here – and that’s a good thing.

May 2021
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