Super Bowl Sunday is an event that unites the nation and brings people together in celebration. But this year, a Northland couple is taking it one step further. Ryan and Laci McClelland have teamed up with Morning Glory Ministries to host the Gold Dome Super Bowl Party, an event to ensure all Chiefs fans have the opportunity to watch the Super Bowl, regardless of their circumstances.

The McClellands are no strangers to hosting a Super Bowl party. They held a similar gathering for Super Bowl LIV in 2020, but had to put it on hold in 2021 due to the pandemic. But with the hometown team back in the championship, they quickly organized the Gold Dome Super Bowl Party.

The event will take place at Donnelly Hall (1112 Broadway) from 5-10 p.m. on Feb. 12. There will be a giant projection screen to watch the game, a catered Jack Stack BBQ meal with dessert, free haircuts and raffle prizes for those in attendance. Most importantly, the McClellands are offering a sense of community for those in need.

The Greater Kansas City Coalition to End Homelessness estimates that approximately 1,798 people are homeless on any given night in Kansas City. The McClellands are hoping to give everyone, no matter their circumstance, a safe and friendly atmosphere to enjoy Super Bowl Sunday.

The Gold Dome Super Bowl Party is a heartwarming reminder of the power of community and the importance of coming together to celebrate the good times. Whether you’re a Chiefs fan or not, it’s a great opportunity to show your support for those in need and to come together as a community.

So, on Feb. 12, don’t forget to tune in to the Super Bowl and support the Gold Dome Super Bowl Party. Together, we can make a difference.