Tavia Hunt and the Kansas City Chiefs will host the ninth annual Chiefs Style Lounge presented by Helzberg Diamonds and benefitting Harvesters-The Community Food Network on Wednesday, Nov. 18, at 7 p.m. Due to COVID-19, this year's event will be held virtually with guests able to tune in to the fashion show via livestream.
An event where chic style and football fandom collide, guests will experience a free, virtual fashion show hosted by Tavia and Gracie Hunt and emceed by Chiefs Alumni Cheerleader Shanna Adamic. The fashion show will feature Chiefs styles and apparel worn by Ava Hunt, Miss Missouri USA Megan Renee Kelly, Miss Missouri Teen USA Holly McDowell, Miss Kansas USA Hayden Brax, and Miss Kansas Teen USA Cyara Heredia, in addition to Chiefs Cheerleaders and Ambassadors.
This year's virtual Chiefs Style Lounge will benefit Harvesters-The Community Food Network as part of the Kansas City Chiefs and Hunt Family Foundation's month-long efforts to support local hunger relief. Leading up to the event, guests are encouraged to donate directly to Harvesters or bid on the auction items available by visiting chiefs.com/stylelounge. This year's auction features some special items including a Chiefs embellished belt donated by Head Coach Andy Reid's wife, Tammy Reid, an autographed Tommy Bahama Hawaiian shirt from Head Coach Andy Reid, one of Travis Kelce's autographed Military Appreciation cleats, a bottle of Mano's Wine's Kansas City Chiefs World Champions Gold Bubbly autographed by Chiefs Chairman and CEO Clark Hunt, a custom made ruby and diamond Kansas City Chiefs pendant donated by presenting partner Helzberg Diamonds, Alaskan Fur winter accessories and a few more exclusive items. In addition to the auction, guests will have a chance to enter a raffle featuring items from some of the evening's vendors, including ULAH, Scoobie Boutique, Lady Bye and Solera Salon and Spa. All proceeds raised will go directly to Harvesters to help provide nutritious meals to those in the community who have been negatively impacted by the pandemic.
Harvesters remains committed to its mission to offer nutritious food to anyone who needs it. The organization provides an essential service in delivering the nutritious food that is critical to maintaining good health. Since the pandemic began in March, more people need food and are turning to Harvesters' food pantries or mobile food distributions for assistance. Harvesters' network is reporting on average, an increase of 40 percent more people requesting help, and they are distributing food at an all-time high. Every dollar donated to Harvesters helps provide three meals to hungry people in the Kansas City area.