KCP&L is proud to partner with the Kansas City Chiefs to offer scholarships to area teens who serve their communities.
The KCP&L Community MVP program is intended to spotlight the youth in the Greater Kansas City region who are working hard to give back. Teens volunteering to make a positive difference in the lives around them can nominate
themselves, or the nomination can be submitted on their behalf—often from parents, neighbors or school staff.
Each year, 10 Community MVP finalists are selected by KCP&L from all the nominations submitted. The finalist with the most votes receives a $5,000 scholarship. The other nine finalists each receive a $1,000 scholarship. In addition, all finalists are invited to receive a Kansas City Chiefs VIP game-day experience at Arrowhead Stadium.
Congratulations to Bailey Curry, our 2015 winner.
Bailey Curry from Sedalia, Mo., who was nominated by her school guidance counselor, became our first Community MVP winner in 2015. Bailey serves as Executive Director of Community Café (soup kitchen), which includes scheduling groups, buying supplies, and finding other volunteers. She also received the World Community Day Award from the Church of United Women.
Our other 2015 finalists include:
- Robbie Holmquist (Kansas City, Mo.)
- Laraib Sani (St. Joseph, Mo.)
- Cole Diggins (Moundville, Mo.)
- Cooper Link (Kansas City, Mo.)
- Chloe Schade (Lenexa, Kans.)
- Makayla Hedge (St. Joseph, Mo.)
- Jaida Ramsdell (Olathe, Kans.)
- Amelia Smith (Kansas City, Mo.)
- Ashley Hoerl (Kansas City, Mo.).
Congratulations to everyone, and thank you for your service to our community.