Hot 103 Jamz Community Events

Community Events

Date Event Description Time / Location

John V Mesh Memorial 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament

Join us in a 3 on 3 tournament to show our support for not only John Mesh and his family, but to honor his sacrifice. All proceeds go directly to the John V. Mesh Scholarship Fund! Please join us for the 2nd Annual Scholarship fundrasier.

To register, and for more information, click here

INFO TBA, Pioneer Middle School, 1656 South Speck Rd., Independence, MO 64057

Camp Choice Unisex Sip & Shop

Join us for Camp Choice's Unisex Sip & Shop fundraiser! Hosted by Tailor Made of Hot 103 Jamz and Debbie Dee of Gospel 1590 AM.  

Admission: $10 

For more information, view the flyer here.  Reverse side of flyer.

Camp CHOICE's mission is "to provide youth life enrichment experiences that benefit their present and future spiritual physical, educational and social well being. 

INFO 2:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m., Emaline Ballroom, 616 SW 3rd Steet, Lee's Summit, MO 64063

Sickle Cell Research Slow Pitch Softball Game

Join the SCDAA (Sickle Cell Disease Association of America) in support of Sickle Cell Research for a slow pitch softball game at the RBI Baseball field. Donations bnefit the Childrens Mercy sickle cell clinic on behalf Johnny "Poo Poo" Bailey. 

For more information, click here to see the flyer. 

INFO 2:00 p.m., RBI Baseball Field, 43rd & Cleveland

Unmask The Cure ADA Gala & Auction

VIP Party  — Half after Five O'Clock
Cocktail Reception & Silent Auctoin — Six O'Clock
Dinner & Program — Half after Seeven O'Clock
Live Auction & Dancing to follow  

Cocktail Attire
with your favorite Masqueraade Flair

Master of Ceremonies — Bryan Busby, Chief Meteorologist, KMBC-TV 

Proceeds from this event will benefit the American Diabetes Association of Kansas City. Diabetes affects more than 320,000 people in the Kansas City Metropolitan Area. 

For more information view the flyer & visit their website here. 

INFO 5:30-10 p.m., The Muehlebach Tower of the Downtown Marriott of Kansas City

High Aspirations 6th Annual Mentor's Challenge

The Board of Directors of High Aspirations invites you to join our Honorary Chairs Henry W. Bloch, Alvin Brooks, Dianne and Hon. Emanuel Cleaver II, Licia Clifton-James PhD, Hon. Sly James, Michelle, and Hon. Brian Wimes. Serving African American Males in Kansas City Since 2004!

Founded in 2004, High Aspirations serves the social, emotional, academic and spiritual needs of African American males ages 8 to 18. High Aspirations stresses respect for self and others, family and community responsibility, academics and places these young men on a path toward becoming productive members of society, loving husbands and dutiful fathers. Our mentors set the example and guide our young men on their life’s journey.

CLICK HERE to register!

Please contact us at 816.305.3334

INFO 6p-8:30p, Muehlebach Tower of Kansas City Marriott Downtown | 1213 Wyandotte

Buy Black Saturday Flash Market

Local black owned businesses
Entertainment all day
Food, shopping & fun 

This event is free and open to the public 

For more information or vending opportunites click here or contact 816-866-0585
Visit us at 

INFO 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., Victorious Life Church Gymnasium, 3400 The Paseo, KC, MO, 64109

Giving Hope & Help Feminine Hygiene Product Drive

Join us for the 4th Annual Giving Hope & Help Feminine Hygiene Product Drive. Drop off sanitary napkins, tampons and women's new packaged underwear (size 5 - 4x) to be donated to area domestic violence survivors. Donations benefits area domestic violence shelters: Hope House (2 locations), SAFEHOME, Newhouse & HopeHaven of Cass County.

For more information view the flyer here, or click

INFO 12 p.m.- 4 p.m., Holiday Inn, Country Club Plaza, 1 East 45th St. Kansas City, Mo 64111

Momma on a Mission

3rd annual fundraiser

This is a community walk for the families of homicide victims and violent crimes. We have become united by violent acts in the streets. We wil reunite the community in honor of our loved ones.

Our hope is that people in our community will participate in this walk, which has served as our signature annual fundraising event for M.O.M.  The event will be open to everyone that wants to make a difference in the community, with an emphasis towards assisting the needs of the families of homicide victims and violent crimes.


If you are unable to attend and would like to make a donation you may do so online at or you may mail a payment to: Momma On a  Mission Inc., P.O. Box 140425, Kansas City, MO 64114

Registration for the walk:
Children 10 and under are free.

There will be drawings, raffles, and giveaways!

INFO 9am, Zodiac Motorcyle Club | 1825 Vine St KCMO 64108

CLICK HERE for PSA Criteria.