The wife of Chiefs coach Andy Reid, along with Tavia Hunt, announced the machines on field

Kansas City and its football team is spreading the word about the Light the World Giving Machines.The unveiling of the Giving Machines for the 2023 holiday season happened last week. With machines in 61 cities around the world in seven countries, this year’s machines are more than double the 28 from last year.

Donna Kelce, mother of Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce, will be a special guest at the unveiling of the 2023 Giving Machines in Kansas City on Tuesday, Nov. 21 at 5:30 p.m., announced Kansas City’s Giving Machine Instagram account on Thursday.

“And don’t forget, @donnakelce is unwrapping the Machine at Union Station on Nov. 21 with her friend Tammy Reid,” the post said.Tammy Reid, wife of Chiefs football coach Andy Reid, and Tavia Hunt, wife of Chiefs owner Clark Hunt, announced in an Instagram Reel that Giving Machines will be located inside the Grand Hall in Union Station beginning Nov. 21.

“Just look for Big Red … I mean, for those big red vending machines full of items that go directly to those in need,” Hunt said.Kelce, a defending Super Bowl champion who has been in the headlines this year for his relationship with music superstar Taylor Swift, has voiced support for the Giving Machines. In a video posted to the Instagram account, Kelce says:

“Check out the Giving Machine. It’s a big red box. You cannot miss it. Make sure you take the family down there and make a donation. Make someone else’s Christmas or holidays that much better. And, as always, go Chiefs, baby.”