Official Photos of event are available to view and purchase at this link. Please know that Bill and Ryan Denver of Equiphoto donate their services to our event each year. If you would like to purchase photos at a reduced rate with 20% of those purchases coming back to KRF we encourage you to. Bill is the foremost equine photographer in the country and we are fortunate to have his help.
WHEN: Sunday August 6th, 2017 at 8:30AM
WHERE: Monmouth Park, Oceanport, NJ
12th ANNUAL 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. This flat 2 mile course caters to people of every exercise ability; beginning runners, advanced runners, and walkers. The top 3 boys and girls, 12 & under, top 3 men and women, 13-39, and top 3 men and women, 40 and over will receive a trophy. All children 12 & under will receive a custom Kortney’s Challenge medal. Before the event, starting at 8:30 AM, FREE tattoos and face painting. At 9 AM watch the Dance Plus Performance Team and join us for our group stretch. All paying entrants to Kortney’s Challenge will receive FREE grandstand entrance to the track for the day of racing. Bring a few dollars for great prizes in our basket raffle and 50/50. Lots of free food and fun in the finish area after the race.
Sunday, August 6th will mark the 12th annual Kortney’s Challenge 2 Mile FUN Run/Walk. Thank you for all of your support over the years. Your support has helped us to donate over 1.5 million dollars to brain tumor research and KRF is responsible for over $2 MILLION dollars in donations to CHOP in the past 10 years. We have accomplished so much in Kortney’s name, but there is more to be done for other kids suffering from brain and central nervous system tumors. Please be sure to come out for a great event to support a great cause.
BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND –TEAMS. When you register you will have the option to set up a team just for fun or to fundraiser. You may fundraiser as an individual or a team. It’s fun to bring friends and ask them to support research for the #1 disease cause of death in children 19 and under.
With less than 4% of National Cancer Institute funding allocated to ALL forms of pediatric cancer research, foundations like The Kortney Rose Foundation (KRF) are the ones making up the gap to fund lifesaving research and we need your help to do so.