The Kortney Rose Foundation (KRF) is a 501(c)(3) organization that was set up by Kortney’s mother as a way to help channel her grief into something positive. Her hopes are to make a difference, in Kortney’s name, in the fight to find better treatments and ultimately a cure for pediatric brain tumors. Our fundraising efforts will directly benefit the pediatric brain tumor research being done at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) .
Sunday, August 10th.
Kortney’s Challenge 2 Mile FUN Run/Walk at Monmouth Park is an event that brings the community out to support pediatric brain tumor research and gets everyone moving for a great cause.
May 3rd & 4th.
Join us for the fourth annual GREAT FOOD FOR A GREAT CAUSE FUNDRAISER. Once again The Kortney Rose Foundation is teaming up with The Turning Point Restaurants for this event to raise money for pediatric brain tumor research and awareness.
Be the first to own a special Kortney Rose Foundation Charm Bracelet! Sold exclusively at Simone’s Jewelry in Monmouth Mall starting March 28th. $10 from every bracelet purchased will be donated to pediatric brain tumor research.
Kristen Gillette was featured in New Jersey Monthly for being a “Seed of Hope” in the community. NJ Magazine states that “Our 2014 Seeds of Hope honorees make New Jersey a better place for us all.” NJ Monthly Seeds of Hope
Jennifer Egan, KRF’s public relations representative, wrote an Op-ed that will be sent to many press outlets. It covers the meaning and need for brain tumor research awareness during the month of May. It’s been five years since May was designated Brain Tumor Awareness Month in New Jersey, and four years since a similar bill…