• Tue. Mar 5th, 2024

Kansas City Chiefs Fans Unite to Help Solve Elementary School Lunch Debt through Super Bowl-Inspired Cookies: A Heartwarming Tale of Community and Generosity

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Feb 12, 2024
Donna Kelce supports small businesses by allowing them to feature cookie recipes on mugs to help relieve students’ lunch debt – KIRO 7 News Seattle

In response to Donna’s purchase, Annie Stowe, the owner of Annie’s Barn, reached out to Donna and asked if she could put her cookie recipe on a mug and donate $5 per mug sold to pay off elementary school lunch debt. Donna agreed and enough mugs were sold to pay off about $2,000 toward lunch debt at a school in the Kansas City metro area.

Donna Kelce’s chocolate chip cookies became well known after she made them for her sons before they met in Super Bowl LVII in February 2023. The small business in the Kansas City area created a mug that caught Donna’s attention and she ended up buying 20 of them as Christmas gifts. The mug actually features the entire recipe and directions for Donna Kelce’s cookie recipe and sells for about $18.

When the Chiefs do well, Annie says she does well too, this is her little way to give back. If you are interested in a mug, you can visit Annie’s Barn’s website.

Stowe said she had asked Donna Kelce if she wanted to deliver the checks to the school with her but so far has not heard back. Donna Kelce is currently in Las Vegas for the Super Bowl to watch her son Travis and the Kansas City Chiefs play against the San Francisco 49ers.

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