Members of the Chiefs Community Caring Team, including CFO Dan Crumband, Chiefs WRs, the cheerleaders and KC Wolf helped kickoff the annual Chiefs Kingdom Food Drive on Tuesday, Nov. 17 with a food donation event at Harvesters. At the event, Farmland made an initial donation of 25,000 pounds of assorted protein to the drive while Hy-Vee made a 6,000 pound donation of non-perishable food items.
The Chiefs hosted the fourth annual Chiefs Style Lounge with Tavia Hunt, wife of Chiefs Chairman and CEO Clark Hunt. This free boutique will show women how to make Kansas City Chiefs apparel stylish every day – not just on game day.
Chiefs linebackers, alongside Chiefs GM John Dorsey and president Mark Donovan, helped deliver 30,000 pounds of Tyson food to community members in need yesterday.
The Kansas City Chiefs hosted the inaugural Chiefs Kids Club Trick-or-Treat Bash! at Arrowhead Stadium as a benefit for children who are enrolled in the organization’s Kids Club. Kids Club members were able to trick-or-treat at several suites on the Scout Investments Club Level, as well as play with inflatables, dance with a DJ, get their face painted and more.
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 goal of the event was to promote oral health in children.
Chiefs defensive backs, including cancer survivor Eric Berry, met with breast cancer survivors in the area at the Look Good, Feel Better Event on Tuesday.
Jason Avant and Derrick Johnson practiced with Northeast High Monday to help celebrate their $200,000 grant as part of the NFL Grassroots Program.