Generosity fuels charity born from tragedy

The founders of a charity formed to honor a Center Grove teen never imagined they would be giving gifts to dozens of children each year.

When Cheryl Bauer and Rachel Cline started Megan’s Fund in 2006, they had a goal to buy presents and necessities, such as shampoo and socks, for a few families at Christmas.

But now, their charity buys gifts for more than 40 children a year and donates items to countless more.

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