Barry Bonds: Former Giants Slugger Donates Money for Stow Children College Fund
Barry Bonds Gives Generous Donation to Stow Family
While some athletes and fellow fans have stepped up and donated money to help cover the medical costs for Bryan Stow, the Giants fan who was brutally attacked at Dodger Stadium, former Giants star outfielder Barry Bonds has taken it a step further.
Bonds has opened up his wallet to make sure the two children of Stow have a college education.
The lawyer who now represents Bryan Stow's family in a lawsuit against the Los Angeles Dodgers gave a new detail on a former Giant's generosity to Stow's two young children.
Stow family attorney Thomas Girardi said that former slugger Barry Bonds has donated to pay for their college education. He said the family has talked about turning other donations back to the fans if this suit is successful, but said the gift of a college of education is something they treasure and will keep.
Bonds had already visited Stow, a single father with a son and daughter in grade school, but there were no reports of a donation to a college fund until now.
That's definitely an extremely large and generous donation for Bonds to make.
It's refreshing to see how a tragedy like this could bring high-profile athletes like Bonds and Tim Lincecum, who donated $25,000 to the Stow fund, to the forefront because of their acts of kindness.
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