Chiefs Kingdom Food Drive Sets an NFL Record

The team collected more than 200,000 meals this year

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The 2015 Chiefs Kingdom Food Drive began on Tuesday, November 17, and continued on November 29, when the Kansas City Chiefs hosted the Buffalo Bills. The drive culminated Sunday with a 50/50 Raffle when the Chiefs squared off with the San Diego Chargers.

During that period, the Chiefs collected 205,410 meals, breaking the record of 179,681 meals set in 2014.

"As we have come to expect, the Chiefs Kingdom responds with overwhelming generosity," said Bill Chapin, the Chiefs senior vice president of business operations. "We are thankful to our fans, our partners, our players and the Chiefs organization for their efforts in continuing to address this priority need in our community."

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