The Kortney Rose Foundation (KRF) is a 501(c)(3) organization that was set up by Kortney’s parents as a way to help channel their grief into something positive. Their 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 pediatric brain tumor research.
SIGN UP NOW: Pony Up For Kids at Monmouth Park. Sunday, May 20, 2018 at Monmouth Park Presented by Monmouth Park. Pony Rides, bouncers, crafts, food and fun in our two trackside picnic areas. More info to come soon.
Dine at any location of the Turning Point Restaurants February 24th and 25th and for every $25 donation to KRF receive a gift card for two free entrées on your next visit. All proceeds will be directed to KRF’s fundraising efforts.
Mike and Melody Minervini joined us on our visit to CHOP. They have been substantial and loyal supporters of The Kortney Rose Foundation since inception. We asked for their feedback after visiting CHOP and the Children’s Brain Tumor Tissue Consortium (CBTTC). Mike’s blog post: “When my wife and I moved into Oceanport in 2005, we…
Kelli O’Brien is the first Social Media/Marketing intern KRF has had and she is with us this summer of 2019. Kelli accompanied us on our trip to CHOP/CBTTC. Read her blog post with her reaction to that trip:
We asked a couple of our attendees to write about their experience attending a group visit with The Kortney Rose Foundation (KRF) to the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) to learn more about the research KRF supports including the Children’s Brain Tumor Tissue Consortium (CBTTC) and a tour of the bio repository.
Kristen Gillette, the founder of the Kortney Rose Foundation, was present at Evesham Township Municipal Meeting on Tuesday May 8th at a ceremony to sign several proclamations into effect, including the declaration to recognize Brain Tumor Awareness Month.