Mark Reynolds Foundation gives bikes to kids in St. Joseph area

According to a St. Joseph News-Press article, the Mark Reynolds Foundation has been active in giving bicycles to children this year:
So far this year, the foundation has spent about $12,000 buying more than 120 bicycles for children in several communities throughout Missouri and the western United States, Mrs. Reynolds said.

A 1986 Central High School graduate, Mark Reynolds died in January after being mauled by a cougar while mountain biking in California.

Mr. Reynolds’ favorite cause was helping needy children acquire bicycles, his mother said.

Donations are still being accepted for the foundation at: The Mark Reynolds Memorial Bikes for Needy Children c/o Nodaway Valley Bank, 4001 N. Belt Highway, St. Joseph, MO 64506.
The Foundation's activities were also widely covered in California newspapers this week.