Travis Kelce Partners With Kodiak And Donates 25,000 Meals To Children In Kansas City

Two-time Super Bowl Champion Travis Kelce recently teamed up with the breakfast company Kodiak, renowned for its breakfast offerings featuring whole grain and high-protein options, and donates 25,000 meals to the children in the community of Kansas City. Operation Breakthrough, a program catering to underprivileged youth through afterschool activities, will distribute nourishing hot breakfasts to hundreds of families, courtesy of Kodiak and Travis.


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“Joining forces with my friends over at Kodiak to fuel the Operation Breakthrough families is a total privilege. Alongside Kodiak, a brand I love, we will be making a meaningful difference in the day-to-day life of hundreds of Kansas City kids, and I couldn’t be more excited to make this happen,” shared Travis via a press release.

Kelce officially became an investor in Kodiak in 2022. Per the Press release, Not only does the tight end appreciate the products, but he also aligns with Kodiak’s mission to support an active lifestyle and promote healthier eating. Kelce and Kodiak share a commitment to encouraging kids to engage in outdoor activities and embark on adventures, beginning with a wholesome breakfast enriched with protein and 100% whole grains.

Established in 2015 by Kelce, the Eighty-Seven & Running foundation concentrates on outreach, mentoring, and athletic initiatives for underprivileged youth. It has previously contributed to the establishment of Operation Breakthrough’s Ignition Lab. Operation Breakthrough, dedicated to supporting families in Kansas City with childcare, after-school programs, and additional resources, will provide the children it serves with meals and various products, such as Kodiak’s classic Power Cakes, a variety of Oatmeal and Flapjack Power Cups, Breakfast and Granola Bars, and more.

“We are thrilled to work with Travis and an organization that is near and dear to his heart,” said Val Oswalt, CEO of Kodiak. “By providing nutritious breakfasts we are giving kids what they need to be set up for success, and ultimately pave the way for healthier futures.”

As for on the field, Kelce and the rest of the Kansas Chiefs are preparing to take on the Baltimore Ravens on Monday Jan 29th, in the AFC Championship Game. The winner of the game will punch their ticket to Super Bowl LVIII on February 11, 2024 in Las Vegas.

On Wednesday Patrick Mahomes stood in solidarity with Kelce’s business choices off the field, stating he hasn’t changed.

“Travis has always been Travis,” Mahomes told reporters. “It’s been cool to watch for me because he has all that attention, but he’s just been himself the whole time. He’s still Travis Kelce, He will still walk through the stadium and treat every single person like they’re his best friend. And he’s going to be like that in the locker room every single day. It hasn’t been any different.”

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