The Chiefs Kingdom has finally made a donation of not less than $1 million for Ronald McDonald House Charities of Kansas City. Both the chiefs and the Kansas City community raised not less than $1 million for Ronald McDonald House Charities of Kansas City through flag sales during Red Friday.
Human lives can only be bonded together when love is the driving force for all that we do. It is interesting to note that the chiefs kingdom has proven that charity is one key factor that can create empathy in humans.
The Red Friday with the Kickoff Edition, which was the 29th edition of Red Friday held on Wednesday, September 9th, 2020. It is quite commendable that Red Friday sales have raised above $2.8 million over the past eight years.
It was a great partnership with McDonald’s as the uniquely designed Super BowlLIV Champions edition of the flag was sold out in Kansas City. Ronald McDonald House Charities of Kansas City (RMHC-KC) CEO, Tami Greenberg revealed that Red Friday is really a red-letter day for Ronald McDonald House Charities of Kansas City.
Tthis year, it is pleasing to know that Chiefs Kingdom supported the raising of $1 million. This was because there was a need to support sick kids and their families.
With this record-breaking of the whooping sum of $1 million, there has been a reduction of the burden of kids’ illness on their families. Now, these kids can receive proper medical treatment and care in Kansas City hospitals. In commemoration with the Red Friday in Kansas City, Red Friday flags were made available at about 55 McDonald’s areas in Springfield Hy-Vee for the minimum donation of $5.
It is noteworthy that Red Friday has been raising money for donations for local charities which was begun by Chiefs Founder Lamar Hunt and the Chiefs Red Coaters. Above all, the Chiefs Kingdom has raised $1 million for donations.