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.
SAVE THE DATE: 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.
I’ve had many defining moments in my life but some have been more defining than others. When I was 21 I lost my mother suddenly to a heart attack. Less than a year later, my 27-year-old cousin Gerry, who was like a brother to me, died of a brain tumor. These were my first experiences with grief.
The weather was perfect for a fun run, walk, stroll or a horse race on Sunday for the 12th Annual Kortney’s Challenge at Monmouth Park Race Track. A crowd of almost 500 showed up to traverse the two-mile course..
We are proud to announce the winner of the 4th annual Kortney Rose Gillette Spirit of Caring Award. On June 7 Rich and Kristen Gillette presented Katelyn Hunter, of Oceanport, with the award at the annual Shore Regional