Patrick Mahomes continues to find new ways to help Kansas City. This time he’s funded the construction of an incredible playground.
When the Kansas City Chiefs decided to draft Patrick Mahomes out of Texas Tech, they brought an incredibly talented football player to town. Of course, as it turns out, the Chiefs drafting Mahomes also brought an incredible person to Kansas City.
Over the weekend, a brand new and very important playground was completed.
Mahomes’ generously donated money so that an inclusive playground could be built at Martin Luther King Jr. Park in Kansas City. This past weekend, the new playground was opened. Mahomes along with his 15 and the Mahomies Foundation were able to present the playground to the world.
Mahomes, along with a ton of children, cut the ribbon to open the park up on Saturday.
And man does the playground look good. It’s great to see that the park is inclusive and allows for children and their families to just focus on having a good time.
According to an article from Kansas City magazine, Mahomes was intentional in picking the location of the playground and also helped make it all possible by donating a million dollars for the project.
Kansas City Chiefs: Patrick Mahomes funds construction of inclusive playground in Kansas City
According to a tweet from the 15 and the Mahomies Foundation, the new playground is an “all-inclusive play site” and it was designed to have “structures and activities for kids of all ages and abilities.”
Just check out the photos of the playground. It looks incredible!
Mahomes has done a lot of good for the Kansas City area. It really feels like he’s adopted the community and his love for this town is certainly reciprocated. Few players are as beloved as Mahomes is.
To learn more about the playground or the 15 and the Mahomies foundation and all the work the foundation does, click here.