Carson Wentz holds charity softball game for AO1

They may not be back on the football field just yet, but Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz along with some of his teammates took their talents to the baseball field and it's all for a good cause.

FOX 29's Brad Sattin was there and has the highlights.

What a way to kick it off with Eagles kicker Jake Elliott, launching a homerun to start this charity softball game.

The entire event was a homerun thanks to Carson Wentz's Audience of One Foundation--AO1--for short.

"Find a way to give back. Find a way to make a difference," Wentz said.

And he is--guided by his strong faith, events like these are raising hundreds of thousands of dollars for a sports complex in Haiti and outdoor camps in Wentz's North Dakota for kids fighting illnesses.

At least 25,000 tickets were sold at Citizens Bank Park, plus an impressive silent auction dreamed up by Wentz and his brother.

For more information on Carson Wentz's AO1 Foundation, please click here.