May 11, 2017
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Kansas City, Missouri (May 11, 2017) - Toyota Camping World Truck Series drivers and NASCAR Cup Series driver Kyle Busch participated in an event to benefit local women’s shelters at Kansas Speedway on Thursday. Camry driver Kyle Busch and his wife, Samantha, made a special appearance as Tundra drivers Christopher Bell, Cody Coughlin, Matt Crafton, Grant Enfinger, Noah Gragson, Brett Moffitt, Timothy Peters, and Ben Rhodes helped assemble Women’s Hope Kits for the community. 


The Women’s Hope Kits, provided by WorldVision, a humanitarian organization dedicated to helping people in need, will be provided to five women’s shelters; City Union Mission, Newhouse, reStart, Rose Brooks Center and Synergy Services.



Please find below links to photos and b-roll from the event, courtesy of Toyota Racing:


Toyota WorldVision Event B-roll

* Christopher Bell, Kyle Busch and Timothy Peters discuss the charity event and the Kansas race weekend while Samantha Busch discusses the charity event.

Toyota WorldVision Event Photos


More about WorldVision and Women’s Hope Kits:

World Vision is a Christian humanitarian organization dedicated to working with children, families and their communities worldwide to reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice. You can learn more about the organization by visiting


In the United States, millions of women are vulnerable and in need of support as a result of poverty, abuse, trafficking, or disaster. As they start the process of rebuilding their lives towards a brighter future, many go to safe houses or shelters with nothing but the clothes they are wearing. By assembling Women's Hope Kits, you'll help distressed women in their recovery process by providing encouragement and practical comfort. Learn more here:


More about reStart:

reStart has been helping homeless families since 1987. Today, reStart’s Family Shelter provides for the immediate needs of families, including food and shelter, as well as offering a wide range of support services. This program also offers opportunities for permanent housing.


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More about City Union Mission:

Since 1924, City Union Mission has provided Kansas City’s women, children and families the physical essentials and the emotional and spiritual guidance they need to achieve stability.


More about Newhouse:

Since 1971, Newhouse remains a place of safety, comfort & hope to those fleeing the immediate threat of domestic violence. Our mission is to break the cycle of domestic violence by providing the tools that allow women to make positive choices and lead self-sufficient lives.


More about Rose Brooks Center:

Rose Brooks Center provides emergency shelter to women and children escaping life-threatening abuse. Once they are safe, these families receive the tools and resources they need to begin rebuilding their life - a life built on respect, love and compassion.


More about Synergy Services:

Synergy Services strengthens the individual, family and community through crisis intervention, shelter, counseling, advocacy and education.