Courtney King Dye to Be Moved to Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation
Thursday, March 25, 2010
There have also been so many people generously helping with the finances. While insurance will cover most of her medical bills at this time, the generosity of others is helping with her two flights, the medical extras necessary, as well as some of her regular expenses like mortgage, car payments, etc. "We will make sure Courtney is always taken care of , but we appreciate those who are offering to help." said Lendon. Various fundraising efforts have helped raise funds to help Courtney's mounting expenses: the first was done by Charlotte Page and Brendan and Kaitlyn Tota. These children sold carrots and apples during the Palm Beach Dressage Derby right after Courtney’s accident. Caraol Cohen spearheaded efforts at Dressage Under The Stars at the Players' Club in Wellington. Upcoming activities include a clinic that Steffen Peters is donating, an online auction of a Patricia Powers painting donated by Tami Hoag, as well as a Succeed sponsored online ebay auction. Thank you all so much for your generosity.
Any donations should be made to the Courtney King Trust, % Equine Business Institute, PO Box 28, S. Deerfield, MA 01373.
Courtney’s horses are being cared for by her regular staff and Jenn Marchand, her long time assistant, is currently working them. They will be going north to her summer home in NY in a couple of weeks. All owners have decided to keep the horses fit and ready for Courtney’s return.
Thank you everyone for your love, prayers, offers of help, and overall caring for Courtney.