Photo Gallery: Girl Scouts Visit Chiefs Sports Lab
The Kansas City Chiefs Community Caring Team, led by the Chiefs linebackers, hosted a group of Girl Scouts at the Chiefs Sports Lab inside Arrowhead Stadium on May 8, 2019.
Photo Gallery: Making A Monster Wish Come True
The national children's charity Kids Wish Network teamed up with Feld Entertainment, Monster Jam, and Arrowhead Events to grant the wish of Kansas City-area boy, Wyatt Damm. For his wish, the 8-year old monster truck lover got to visit Arrowhead Stadium for an exclusive meet-and-greet with Grave Digger driver Adam Anderson and Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Mecole Hardman, who presented Wyatt with a Grave Digger mini monster truck and personalized Chiefs jersey of his very own.
Photo Gallery: Chiefs Celebrate National Police Week
The Chiefs Community Caring Team, led by the team's quarterbacks, visited the Kansas City Regional Police Academy on May 14, 2019 in honor of National Police Week. During the visit, the quarterbacks mingled with law enforcement officers and witnessed/participated in various demonstrations, including bomb training, a SWAT team demonstration, and a driver training course.
Photo Gallery: Character Playbook School Assembly
As a reward for their participation in the Character Live Playbook, the Chiefs, led by WR Byron Pringle and DB Charvarius Ward, hosted a quick assembly at Platte City Middle School to keep students motivated and to reinforce the importance of developing their character and relationships.
Photo Gallery: Read Across America
Members of the Chiefs Community Caring Team once again honored Dr. Seuss by celebrating "Read Across America Day" at local schools, museums, and youth centers. The Chiefs representatives promoted literacy by reading some of their favorite Dr. Seuss stories and a Chiefs-themed book.
Photo Gallery: Chiefs Community Caring Team Celebrates Black History Month
The Chiefs Community Caring Team, including Chiefs Vice President of Communications Ted Crews, Ambassador Dave Lindstrom, Chiefs linebacker Rob McCray, City Year Core Members, and students of Central Middle School visited the Black Archives of Mid-America to learn about the rich African American history of Kansas City.