Celebration of Love, Legacy and Light

It is difficult to find the words to express how immensely thankful and grateful we are for all the love, support and participation which made the First Annual Rally for Reagan a huge success.

With the funds that were generated, we are able to donate an additional $50,000 to The Ohio State University for a second scholarship to be awarded in her name annually in addition to the one already in place.

In addition, we are in the process of choosing the recipients of the scholarships to be awarded at Anthony Wayne and Maumee United Methodist Church. We will be adding to the number we are awarding and will be reaching out to additional school districts to create more opportunities to deserving students.

We are excited to continue this event as an annual event. It is our mission to continue to honor the beautiful love and light of our sweet Reagan by helping others. We are looking forward to improving and expanding our efforts as the years progress.

We will post updates for next years event as soon as we have them available. Until then, thank you from the bottom of our hearts and God Bless you all.

Rally for Reagan Tokes Actions Conquer Tragedy.

Reagan Delaney Tokes Memorial Foundation
Maumee, OH
March 15, 16, 17 2019
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We hope you will join us for a very important event, the Second Annual Rally for Reagan Fundraiser in Maumee, Ohio.  This will be a three-day event hosted by the Tokes family.  All proceeds will benefit the Reagan Delaney Tokes Memorial Foundation.  Event dates are March 15, 16, and 17 2019.

   This event has been created as a remembrance to the love, legacy and light of the beautiful spirit that embodied Reagan.  She tragically lost her life in a horrific chain of events the night of February 8, 2017. 

Reagan was abducted while leaving her place of employment in the Short North.  She was robbed, raped and eventually shot in the head twice which led to her death. 

A recently released, previously convicted, violent offender was charged with her murder and is now serving a life sentence in prison.  Her frozen, lifeless body was found the morning of February 9, 2017 at Scioto Grove Metro Park.  Reagan was a senior at the Ohio State University, 3 months shy of graduating with a degree in psychology and 33 days shy of celebrating her 22nd birthday.