• Kyle Busch's Bundle of Joy Fund hosts play date for babies born through IVF

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    CHARLOTTE, N.C. - More than a dozen couples' dreams of becoming parents have come true thanks to the Kyle and Samantha Busch Bundle of Joy Fund.

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    The families gathered for a play date on Tuesday night to celebrate their bundles of joy.

    “She is hands down our biggest accomplishment,” said mother Megan Corkery.

    Her 1-year-old daughter, Claire, has an incredible bond with all the children, who were born through in vitro fertilization with the help of the Bundle of Joy Fund.

    “It’s such a personal touch for us and so close because of everything we had to go through for having our own son, Brexton,” said Kyle Busch.

    The Corkery family is now complete and Claire's parents couldn't be more grateful.

    “We wouldn't have been able to do it without them. We owe so much to them. She is priceless,” said Corkery.

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    The Bundle of Joy Fund has donated nearly $400,000 to help couples become parents.

    “We just know the emotions and the heartache that goes into trying to start a family when it's not easy, so our goal is to help with the financial aspect for a lot of couples,” said Samantha Busch.

    The fund has helped 31 families, and 14 babies have been born. Two more babies are on the way.

    IVF is not usually covered by medical insurance and can cost between $15,000 and $25,000.

    For more information on the Kyle and Samantha Busch Bundle of Joy Fund click here.

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