Patrick Mahomes II
15 and the Mahomies
The charity focuses on helping kids who are from underserved communities or are fighting chronic illness or serious injury.
In support of Tim Siegel a Texas Tech Tennis coach whose son Luke was severely injured in a golf cart accident. The cause raises funds for injured children and their families to help make improvements in their recovery and gain access to educational materials, therapeutic services, and adaptive equipment.
The second-year QB spends his day off helping build transitional housing for veterans in the Kansas City area with The Veterans Community Project, a non-profit that's building a specialized community network of tiny homes and services dedicated to supporting every man and woman who served — also known as Tiny Houses for Homeless Vets.
Patrick Mahomes showed up to Dicks Sporting Goods in Leawood, Kansas, and surprised children from KC United. He took photographs, signed autographs and presented the team’s founder, local pastor Adrian Roberson, with $5,000 to fund next season.