Photo Gallery: Gold Star Family Holiday Party
Chiefs players have made a commitment to social justice initiatives in 2018, one of which is the military, and hosted a holiday party for Gold Star families. The families were be treated to holiday gifts, go karts, arcade games, and food and beverages.
Photo Gallery: Chiefs Visit The University of Kansas Health System
The University of Kansas Health System hosted a pep rally for the upcoming AFC Championship. During the rally, Mitch Holthus hosted a Q&A session with Chiefs alumni Shawn Barber. Following the Pep Rally, Chiefs alumni visited with patients.
Photo Gallery: Chiefs Women's Organization Visits The Ronald McDonald House
The Chiefs Women’s Organization (CWO) visited the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Kansas City to serve lunch and participate in crafts with families.
Photo Gallery: Chiefs Ring In New Year's at Don Bosco
Kansas City Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker and Pro Football Hall of Fame kicker Jan Stenerud joined the Chiefs Community Caring Team at the Don Bosco Senior Center to help ring in the new year with a special edition of Bingo with gridiron-themed prizes.
Photo Gallery: Anthony Sherman Super Bowl Surprise & Delight
The Kansas City Chiefs are proud to host Gold Star mother Joyce Turner and her family for a surprise and delight VIP Tour of Arrowhead Stadium. While visiting Arrowhead, Anthony Sherman surprised Joyce and her family with 2 Super Bowl Tickets.
Photo Gallery: Chiefs Women’s Organization visits The Children’s Place
The Chiefs Women’s Organization (CWO) assisted students at The Children’s Place decorating mugs and pot holders for the holiday season.
Photo Gallery: Chiefs in the Community
Dustin Colquitt, Steven Nelson, Charcandrick West and Jordan Lucas hosted events Tuesday.
Photo Gallery: Chiefs’ OT and Pet Lover Eric Fisher Raises $120,000 for Local Animal Organizations
Representatives from Chain of Hope, The Rescue Project and Spay and Neuter Kansas City, came to Arrowhead to meet Chiefs’ offensive tackle and pet lover Eric Fisher, who came prepared to assist a cause that he cares dearly about. It was the culmination of a season-long effort that raised $60,000 online – exceeding the original goal by $10,000 – that was then matched by Fisher for a grand total of $120,000 and split evenly between the three organizations on Friday
Photo Gallery: Chiefs Rookie Club Visits The Children's Center Campus For Holiday Event
The Chiefs Rookie Club visited the Children’s Center Campus for its annual holiday visit. Rookies spent time with groups from Ability KC, YMCA Day Camp and the Children’s Center for the Visually Impaired (CCVI). The rookies also assisted the kids in activities including crafts, cookie decorating and Play 60 activities. KC Wolf and Chiefs Cheerleaders were also on hand to visit classrooms and distribute plush toys, donated by the Chiefs.
Photo Gallery: Chiefs Kingdom Food Drive
The Chiefs and Hy-Vee officially kicked-off the Chiefs Kingdom Food Drive benefitting Harvesters on Tuesday, November 27th.
Photo Gallery: A Little Thanksgiving
Over the last few days the Kansas City Chiefs, its partners and a few players helped others in the community.
Photo Gallery: Chris Jones Thanksgiving Meal Distribution
Kansas City Chiefs defensive tackle Chris Jones (95), partnered with Mosaic Lifecare, helped distribute Thanksgiving meals to people at 2nd Harvest Community Food Bank in St. Joseph, MO on Wednesday afternoon.
Photo Gallery: Lift Up America Food Distribution
The Chiefs and Lift Up America joined forces to help more than 60 area relief organizations including food pantries and church ministries. Tyson Foods donated in excess of 30,000 pounds of protein product for these local agencies.