Chiefs raised $1 Million in donations for Ronald McDonald House Charities of Kansas City
Kansas City- The Chief and the Kansas City community all pitched in and raised $1 million in donations to the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Kansas City.
With bringing $1 million in donations to the charity, the Kansas City community broke a record during red flag sales. For the past eight years, red flags sales have donated over $2.8 million to the RMHC. This year, the sales increased and made a big impact with helping out the charity.
“Red Friday is the most important day of the year for Ronald McDonald House Charities of Kansas City, and this year, more than ever, we really needed Chiefs Kingdom to show up in support of sick kids and their families. And show up they did,” RMHC-KC CEO Tami Greenberg said.
“It's extraordinary that this generous and caring community came together to make such a meaningful donation to RMHC-KC, all through $5 flags! Red Friday is a testament to the strong leadership and commitment of Clark Hunt and the Hunt family, the entire Chiefs organization (on and off the playing field), our corporate partners especially McDonald's and the giving spirit of Chiefs fans near and far. During all the challenges of 2020, RMHC-KC never stopped keeping sick kids and families close to the medical care they need, and with this support from Red Friday we will keep going strong.”