MOORESVILLE, N.C. – (Sept. 10, 2015) The Kyle Busch Foundation has selected the first recipients of the “Kyle and Samantha Busch Bundle of Joy Fund” and awarded a total of over $47,000 to five Charlotte, N.C.-area couples toward their infertility treatments at Reproductive Endocrinology Associates of Charlotte (REACH).

The Buschs started the fund through the Kyle Busch Foundation this year following the birth of their son, Brexton. After struggling with infertility issues themselves and completing successful treatments at REACH, they wanted to start a fund for other couples in similar situations who may not have the financial means to undergo treatments. Quite frequently medical insurance does not cover a majority of the costs associated with infertility treatments.

“Kyle and I feel so blessed to have our son Brexton in our lives,” Samantha Busch said. “Going through this process was really a learning experience for both of us, and we know first-hand the frustration and anxiety couples with infertility issues go through trying to start a family. We realized through this journey that perhaps the reason for it was so we could help other couples who cannot afford the treatments for a miracle baby of their own.

“It brought us so much joy to be able to tell five couples that we are able to financially help them with their treatments. I think it was nearly as emotional for us as it was for them, and we could not have done it without the help of our sponsors and fans who generously donate to the Kyle Busch Foundation.”

Applications for the “Kyle and Samantha Busch Bundle of Joy Fund” can be obtained through REACH in Charlotte and the fund is currently only available to patients of REACH who are residents of North Carolina.