The Chiefs Community Caring Team, led by the club's defensive linemen, visited the community garden at Frances Willard Elementary where they helped children plant vegetables while teaching them how to grow their own food from garden plots located in backyards, vacant lots, schoolyards and at community sites.
The Chiefs Rookie Club, Cheerleaders and KC Wolf paid a visit to the Children's Center Campus to make cookies, crafts, and interact with children during the holiday season.
Members of the Chiefs Community Caring Team, including the team’s defensive backs, Red Coaters and President Mark Donovan,all joined volunteers from the Derrick Thomas/Neil Smith Third and Long Foundation to distribute food to serve those in need throughout the Kansas City area this holiday season.
Chiefs' defensive linemen Allen Bailey, Mike DeVito, Jaye Howard, Dontari Poe and Anthony Toribio, along with Chiefs Cheerleaders Jillian and Megan, and Chiefs President Mark Donovan visited Whiteman Air Force base for Salute to Service month. Afterwards the Chiefs made a stop at Whiteman Elementary for a special Play 60 event.
Members of the Chiefs Community Caring Team, including Chiefs Chairman and CEO Clark Hunt, Chiefs President Mark Donovan and a few Chiefs players joined forces with Lift Up America to help feed the hungry in our community. The Chiefs joined with other volunteers to load more than 30,000 pounds of protein product provided by Tyson Foods to more than 60 area relief organizations, including food pantries and church ministries that have been identified by Harvesters Community Food Network.
You'll see them in the Soup Kitchens. You'll see them giving aid to the needy. You'll see them on Sunday welcoming the team to the field… You'll see them just about everywhere you go, wearing red coats, and wearing them with pride.
The Chiefs' Rookie Club participated in a Play60 event at the YMCA Challenger Sports Complex this week. Take a look at the event and some behind the scenes footage from a Play 60 commercial.