When he’s not competing at NASCAR’s highest level, Kyle Busch stays incredibly involved with the Samantha and Kyle Busch Bundle of Joy Fund, which advocates for infertility education and support. Naturally, it’s a serious endeavor, but in keeping with the Halloween season, the driver of the No. 18 for Joe Gibbs Racing is raising awareness in a fun way with a special Halloween helmet giveaway.
For an $18 donation to the Bundle of Joy Fund, participants will be entered into the contest and get a shot at winning the helmet that Busch will only be wearing twice: at Kansas Speedway for the Hollywood Casino 400 and in the First Data 500 from Martinsville Speedway.
Per Bundle of Joy Fund:
YOU could win this custom, one-of-a-kind Halloween helmet worn by NASCAR Champion Kyle ?Rowdy? Busch at Kansas Speedway (Nov. 20) and Martinsville Speedway (Nov. 27). After burning rubber and turning left, Rowdy will autograph the visor and send it off to one lucky winner.
There?s more treats…One lucky 2nd place winner will take home an autographed Kyle Busch 1:24 scale diecast car and the 3rd place winner will score a Kyle Busch hat and t-shirt.Advertisement
Make an $18 contribution to The Bundle of Joy Fund and be entered to win. There are no limits on the number of entries you can receive. 100% of proceeds will benefit The Samantha and Kyle Busch Bundle of Joy Fund. Entries must be received by November 1, 2019, at 11:59 PM ET.
The Samantha and Kyle Busch Bundle of Joy Fund
Giving back to charity has always been extremely important for the Busch family. In 2006, Kyle Busch launched the Kyle Busch Foundation as a way to provide assistance to less fortunate children throughout the country. Several years later, he and his wife Samantha founded the Samantha and Kyle Busch Bundle of Joy Fund as a way to advocate for infertility education and provide monetary awards to couples who require fertility treatments to have children.
It’s a mission that’s extremely important to both Kyle and Samantha Busch and one that hits very close to home for the North Carolina couple. The Busches have dealt with their own fertility struggles, and had their son Brexton in 2015 via in vitro fertilization. In 2018, Samantha tragically suffered a miscarriage, and the Busches lost a daughter.
Despite their own arduous IVF journey, Kyle and Samantha Busch continue to spread a powerful and important message, proving that they’re more than just a racing family.