The Brady Colbert Foundation

Our Mission

The Brady Colbert Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping families cope with diagnosis, care taking, and death of a terminally ill child by providing a variety of resources in an effort to ease the emotional stress and frustration of life's transitions.
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Denny Bowers said:   December 1, 2009 11:39 am PST
Ken, I played softball with you a few years back with Troy, Dr. Schultz, etc....Got the invite for the golf tournament and saw it was in memory of your son....I am sorry for your loss and I think it is awesome what you are doing! I can not play in the event this year as my second daughter is due that day. My best to your family! Sincerely Denny Bowers

Jan Brennan said:   May 25, 2009 5:55 am PST
Marsha, Ken and William, I love this site and I feel blessed that you came across my path. William is an incredible kid! I was your nurse with Beckett. You are so blessed with both of your beautiful boys that are in your prescense and the Angel boy Brady (love that name and the reason behind it). Marsha, you are a strong woman and because of your strong assets, you were chosen to help Brady on his short journey here on earth. Thank you for sharing your story Marsha and Ken. It is very inspiring. May God Bless you as you move along in your lives with your new blessing. Peace, Jan ^J^

Sarah Danielson said:   May 17, 2009 1:19 pm PST
Marsha and Ken. Thank you for all the help you have given our family. You truly are amazing people and we still cannot wait to meet you =)

Matt & Carla Valentino said:   May 17, 2009 6:57 am PST
Ken, we are so saddened by your loss. I am very impressed that you & Marsha have taken such a tragedy & used your expierence for something positive. I know there are many people out there that are grateful for the that. I have so much feeling in my heart that I cannot express in words. Just know that you all are doing a wonderful job and our prayers are with you all.

Hanh said:   April 9, 2009 10:16 am PST
Brady is beautiful! This a wonderful cause for families who need the support. Our baby boy, Dillon, was born on Oct 2, 2007, and diagnosed with ZS at 3 weeks. He didn't come home until two months later. The 7 months he gave us were the most joyous. The movie of Brady brings back so many memories.

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