Kansas City Chiefs running backs, cheerleaders, KC Wolf, and Red Coaters assisted individuals with physical and/or mental limitations through a Play60 event while reinforcing the importance of a healthy and active lifestyle.
Members of the Kansas City Chiefs Linebacker group visited the Truman Library on Tuesday with members of the Truman High School varsity football team.
Members of the Kansas City Chiefs staff, executives, and cheerleaders volunteered their time to help clean up litter, plant trees, and clean up overgrown brush at Minor Park.
The Kansas City Chiefs Community Caring Team, players, Ambassadors, and Red Coaters, volunteered their time at Giving The Basics, separating and packaging personal care items for those in need.
The Kansas City Chiefs along with the QB's and specialists hosted a group of local high school students to visit with artist Lonnie Powell.
The Kansas City Chiefs rookie class of 2016 start the weekend with dinner at the practice facility. Chiefs Chairman and CEO Clark Hunt welcomes them with the help of coaches, Chiefs Alumni and Ambassadors.
Members of the Kansas City Chiefs Wide Receiver group attended Center Elementary School on Wednesday to help them plant their 4th grade community garden.
Students involved in Prep-KC visited the Chiefs on Tuesday to see work in action with The University of Kansas Hospital Sports Medicine Clinic and other departments.