We are always grateful for financial donations to the Kyle Busch Foundation, but there are other ways to help as well.

Prom Dress Drive

We accept new and gently used prom/formal dresses all year for our annual Prom Dress Drive in the spring. We ask they be clean and if the tags have been removed, please let us know what size each dress is so we can distribute them to deserving young ladies around the greater Charlotte and Statesville areas.

You can drop dresses off, or ship them to:

Kyle Busch Foundation
351 Mazeppa Road
Mooresville, NC 28115

Christmas Giving

During the holidays we help fulfill the wish lists of several children and teens at Children’s Hope Alliance in Troutman, N.C. We always appreciate gift cards in any amount to stores like Target, Wal-Mart or monetary gift cards through Visa or Mastercard, etc. These help us purchase toys, games and sometimes basic needs so every child has gifts to open on Christmas morning.

Gift cards can be dropped off, or mailed to the KBF address listed above.


Brides dream of having the perfect dress and a beautiful gown is an essential part of every bride’s special day. Brides Across America plays a role in making their dreams come true by giving a military bride a free wedding gown during a Brides Across America’s Nationwide Gown Giveaway.

Children’s Hope Alliance provides an array of services for children, families and individuals throughout North Carolina.

We are celebrating 13 years of empowering girls! It is our goal to ensure that teen girls thrive and develop the social and emotional skills to navigate in the classroom and the working world.

Pretty In Pink Foundation serves people diagnosed with breast cancer who have limited health insurance benefits, or in many cases, no health insurance at all.

Joyful Hearts is a volunteer-led nonprofit organization serving Cabarrus and surrounding counties of NC. We seek to awaken the community and increase awareness of our organization. We strive to transform the viewpoint that our society has of individuals with special needs.

My Sister’s Transitional Living Center administers a program for residents, through multiple resources that focus on six key areas of development: mental health, physical health, financial health, spiritual health, legal health and Empowerment.

To care for children in educational, financial, social and medical need in order to help them lead productive lives.