Hunter Reagan, the senior quarterback for the Union City Indians, saw an opportunity to give back, so he called an audible.
When Reagan found out that there was a need for art supplies at the Jay-Randolph Developmental Services, he knew he wanted to help. He hoped by soliciting donations on Facebook, people would respond. And they did.
Reagan said he collected an estimated 50 pounds worth of art supplies from people who either saw his post or learned of his philanthropic efforts. After two weeks, he delivered them to a grateful group at the JRDS.
“People with disabilities have been a big part of my life since I was young. They have changed the way I look at the world and made me a more humble person,” Reagan explained of his unselfish act. “This was a good opportunity for me to make a difference. I am very grateful by the reaction of people and for all of those who donated.”