The Kortney Rose Foundation is happy to announce that the 12th annual Kortney’s Challenge 2 Mile Fun Run/Walk at Monmouth Park on August 6th was a great success raising over $63,000 for pediatric brain tumor research. Thank you to the more than 500 participants, corporate sponsors, volunteers and all of you who supported the event.Details
SAY YES TO THE PROM DRESS The Kortney Rose Prom Event Local Girls will be able to purchase beautiful prom dresses for only a $20 donation to the Kortney Rose Foundation, “help get brain tumors off kids minds”. If you have a Prom Dress or Accessories you would like to donate for this event we…Details
TOTAL RAISED OVER $18,000 for research! The Kortney Rose Foundation gratefully acknowledges all of the schools and businesses that raised money through the Kortney’s Cash for a Cure Fundraiser in 2016. View the Results Ms Salvati’s 3rd grade class at BME in West Long Branch celebrate their win of a pizza party and wear their…Details
New Jersey State Policeman’s Benevolent Association Hockey Team VS. Jersey City Police Department Enforcers. When: Saturday, January 14th 2017 at 8pm. Where:Red Bank Armory Ice Complex. All proceeds raised will go to the Kortney Rose Foundation benefiting pediatric brain tumor research.Details
2018 Upcoming Events for Go Gold in September for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month Events: Catch us at Bagelmasters in Shrewsbury: Come visit our table out front when you grab a bagel : *Saturday, September, 21 – from 8:00AM-1:00PM *Sunday, September 22 – Bagelmasters 9:00AM-1:00PM High School Football Games supporting “Go Gold for Childhood…Details
Sunday, October 2nd, Annual Poker Run & Family BBQ Sponsored by Blue Knights New Jersey XV International Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club. Ride will help benefit: Kortney Rose Foundation, Law Enforcement Only Organization and Blue Knights NJXV Charities.Details
Expanding the Go Gray in May initiative: This year we decided to encourage people to help us raise awareness to the fact that May is the month for brain tumor awareness. We provided Go Gray Starter Kits and the response was excitingly overwhelming. Within hours, we needed to restock our kit supply. Click on the photo above to see a gallery of the kits in action on people’s lawns raising awareness.
**A special thank you to Team Super Mike as the Awareness Sponsor, Bonnie Cappuzzello for making the beautiful bows, and Anthony Benfield for painting the gray ribbons at the schools.