If you’re a fan of Kansas City Chiefs Tight End, Travis Kelce, you already know he’s among football’s most giving people. He’ll run through concrete to win a football game on the field, but off the field, he’ll do the same, helping the less fortunate.
On Thursday, it was announced that Kansas City Chiefs Tight End Travis Kelce and Kodak will supply meals for 25,000 children in the Kansas City metropolitan area via Operation Breakthrough. The foundation centers on helping children and their families with meals, education, and emergency aid for those less fortunate.
In 2015, Kelce started his Eighty-Seven and Running foundation years ago, dedicated to youth development programs and expanding opportunities for boys and girls. His foundation centers on mentoring and motivating young children to broaden their horizons through youth-building programs from Kelce’s experiences growing up in Cleveland Heights, Ohio.
With the Chiefs preparing to face the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday in the AFC Title game, Kelce understands that giving back to the community and the city that has embraced him on and off the field explains why he’s a Kansas City treasure.
Even with the biggest game of the season to date on hand, balancing his very public relationship with Superstar Taylor Swift, he finds the time to ensure those less fortunate have food on their tables.
For more information about Operation Breakthrough, check out their website!
To learn more about Travis Kelce’s Foundation, Eighty-Seven and Running click the link!