Super Bowl LIV MVP Patrick Mahomes joined a Super Bowl tradition on Monday and went to Walt Disney World after the Kansas City Chiefs won the big game. This year was even more special as he shared the special day with a Make-A-Wish child. Nathaniel, a young man from Texas, joined Mahomes, Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse and the cast of the Walt Disney World Resort to celebrate the Super Bowl win. The Disney Parks also announced that it will be donating $1 million to Make-A-Wish to honor Mahomes’ MVP game. This will help make even more wishes possible for Make-A-Wish moving forward.

The day included a parade to celebrate the big win at the Magic Kingdom. Mahones also took some time to head over to Disney’s Hollywood Studios and go on Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.

The special day at Walt Disney World marks the continuation of two magical traditions. Make-A-Wish had its first wish at Disneyland 40 years ago. The tradition of the Super Bowl MVP also continues on strong. This year’s Kansas City Chiefs had not won the Super Bowl in 50 years. They did so by coming back from a ten point deficit in the fourth quarter. The result was a lot of reasons to celebrate for both Mahomes, Make-A-Wish, and Disney. Every year Disney helps Make-A-Wish grant over 10,000 wishes.