The Chiefs Community Caring Team, along with General Manager John Dorsey and Chiefs Ambassadors, visited the Whiteman Air Force Base to give thanks to the brave men and women for their service to our country.
The Chiefs Community Caring Team, led by the club’s running backs, accompanied students from Ruskin High School’s ROTC program on a field trip to the National World War I Museum at Liberty Memorial.
Members of the Chiefs Community Caring Team, along with Chiefs Chairman and CEO Clark Hunt, team President Mark Donovan and the team’s linebackers joined Lift Up America to feed the hungry in our community.
The Chiefs Community Caring Team, LB Derrick Johnson, LB Josh Martin, QB Tyler Bray and RB Charcandrick West hosted a Play 60 clinic in conjunction with the Haskell Indian Health Center from the Sports Pavilion Lawrence at Rock Chalk Park.
Members of the Chiefs Community Caring Team, led by Punter Dustin Colquitt, joined teammates and the United Way to host a TeamSmile event at Arrowhead Stadium.
The Chiefs WRs and President Mark Donovan teamed up to host a Look Good Feel Better Clinic for local women, in partnership with The University of Kansas Hospital and the American Cancer Society, as part of the Chiefs support of Breast Cancer Awareness month.
Chiefs linebacker Tamba Hali joined forces with Heart to Heart International to announce their plans for building an Ebola treatment center in his hometown of Liberia.
The Chiefs, along with defensive linemen Dontari Poe and Allen Bailey, joined forces with The Guadaloupe Center for the Play 60 Character Camp in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month.