15 and the Mahomies Announces Virtual Birthday Party for Patrick Mahomes

15 and the Mahomies Announces Virtual Birthday Party for Patrick Mahomes

Published August 28, 2020

Kansas City, MO (August 31, 2020) – It was announced today that the 15 and the Mahomies Foundation will hold a star-studded, virtual event celebrating Patrick Mahomes’ 25th birthday and raising funds for 15 charitable organizations.

This event, Birthday With The Mahomies, will be streamed online on Thursday, September 17 at 7:30 p.m. CDT. Join Patrick and his friends for a birthday celebration with appearances from Paul Rudd, music legend Quincy Jones, his Kansas City Chiefs teammates and many more.

This birthday party is free to attend and participate in online, so come celebrate with us! In addition to the special guests, there will also be a live auction featuring memorabilia and one-of-a-kind experiences. We are always humbled by the generosity of our Mahomies and have set a goal of collecting 1,500 donations, at a minimum of $15 to raise funds for our participating charities.

“This is an awesome way to celebrate my birthday, by doing something meaningful and raising significant funds for our charitable partners,” said Patrick Mahomes. “I’m looking forward to having some fun and making a difference in the lives of others with the Mahomies!”

Our 2020 Birthday With The Mahomies charitable beneficiaries include: Big Brothers Big Sisters Kansas City, Boys & Girls Club of East Texas, Child Protection Center, Children’s Advocacy Center, Communities in Schools South Plains, East Texas Food Bank, Feed Northland Kids, Harvesters, Healing Pathway, Kansas Children’s Service League, KC Police Athletic League, South Plains Food Bank, Sunflower House, Uncover KC and Youth Volunteer Corps.

Everyone is encouraged to visit www.15andtheMahomies.org/Birthday for more details about this event.

About 15 and the Mahomies Foundation

The 15 and the Mahomies Foundation is dedicated to improving the lives of children through initiatives that focus on education, health, wellness, underserved communities, and other charitable causes. It was established by reigning Super Bowl MVP, Kansas City Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes in 2019.