Children’s Mercy Park
1 Sporting Way at the Shield Club
Kansas City, KS 66111
6:00 p.m.

You will find unique experiences, silent auction, live auction preview and drinks.  The police experiences will be outside, so bring an extra layer if you’d like to stop and enjoy those.

  • When you arrive, you’ll stop by registration to get your bid number and table assignment.  This process goes faster if you’ve already registered in our auction system, Network for Good (link above & below).

Dinner is served!  The culinary team at Children’s Mercy Park has created a delectable Mexican buffet for us!  The buffet-style meal has something for everyone, however if you have a specific dietary need please let us know in advance. 

  • The event is casual!  Wear jeans and tennis shoes and you’ll fit right in.
  • Ample parking is available in the NFM lot across the street from the stadium. (please see map below)

Our emcee, Kevin Holmes from KSHB-41 kicks us off with remarks from PAL leadership, followed by inspirational words from Amelia Ryan with the Kansas City, MO PAL and ending with the Fund A Need and Incredible Live Auction

As part of the fundraiser, PAL will be offering a Chance of a Lifetime trip of your choice for $100.  There will only be 200 tickets sold!  The winning ticket holder gets to choose between one of five trips listed below (airfare not included).

The Silent Auction is open, click below to check out the items!

If you have any questions about the event, please contact Melanie Martin at [email protected].


The Police Athletic League staff and local police officers engage with community youth through academic support, cultural enrichment, mentoring and sports programs. Proceeds from the Annual PAL event ensure youth the opportunity to interact with police officers in a positive setting while receiving support and mentorship through activities like Drivers’ Ed, fitness, art, boxing, gardening and academic tutoring.

Proceeds will benefit the important programs of the KCMO and KCK Police Athletic Leagues, where officers mentor at-risk kids in programs.

To learn more about the programs each of the PALs offer, visit their websites linked below.