Take a look at these designs that support the Chiefs player and charity.
Kansas City Chiefs safety Eric Berry was placed on the team’s non-football illness list after a mass was found in his chest believed to be lymphoma. Now KC is banding together to support the star, who has given back to KC through local football camps and serving as a spokesperson for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Kansas City.
One of our favorite ways to show you care? This “Berry Strong” tee created by Charlie Hustle. Half of the proceeds from every $32 shirt sold benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
The Chiefs have also created a shirt to support the star that is now available online here as well as at the Chiefs Pro Shop at Arrowhead Stadium. The “Be Berry” tee ($19.99), designed by Chiefs players and sported by Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians and players before their game against the Chiefs, features Berry’s name and number on the back, and 100 percent of net proceeds benefit the Eric Berry Foundation, which provides opportunities for kids to participate in team sports and leadership development programs.
Photos via Charliehustleshop.com and shop.kcchiefs.com.