ORLANDO, Fla. — To celebrate the Kansas City Chiefs victory in Super Bowl LIV and Patrick Mahomes winning the Super Bowl MVP, Disney Parks donated $1 million in Mahomes' name to Make-A-Wish.
According to Disney Parks, Nathaniel, a 10-year-old Make-A-Wish kid from Texas joined Mahomes, Make-a-Wish President and CEO Richard K. Davis and other dignitaries for a ceremony to announce the donation. Mickey and Minnie Mouse were also on hand for the celebration.
Nathaniel and 17 other kids are on their way to Walt Disney World Resort to continue the celebrations of the Chiefs victory.
Mahomes led the Kansas City Chiefs to a 31-20 comeback victory over the San Francisco 49ers. He threw for over 250 yards and was responsible for three touchdowns, including a late 4th quarter score to put his team up front for the remainder of the game.
Mahomes was named the Super Bowl MVP and took part of the famous tradition of shouting, "I'm going to Disney World!" in a nationally televised commercial that will be aired throughout the week.
Mahomes is in Orlando, celebrating his Super Bowl win and MVP performance at Disney World. He was the star in a parade down Main Street, USA at the Magic Kingdom.
Disney and Make-A-Wish are longtime partners for nearly four decades. Disneyland Resort in California helped grant the organization's first wish. Almost four decades later, Disney helps Make-A-Wish grant more than 10,000 wishes per year.