"Six-Year-Old Cancer Survivor Teams
with Local Singer in Video."
Community Magazine (September 2016 issue).
By Susan Murphy
"Middletown resident Natalie Grace Gorsegner has the makings of a star – and she is only six-years-old! You see, Natalie Grace is a cancer survivor and her greatest wish is to raise as much money as possible so that doctors and researchers will discover less harmful treatments for the thousands of kids who are currently battling cancer."
"Taylor Tote's Fighter Set For Tuesday Release."
Asbury Park Sun, October 2016.
By Michelle Gladden
"Due to be released via iTunes Tuesday, Taylor Tote’s “Fighter” is a collaborative anthem to and from the youngest among us who have faced a cancer diagnosis. Tote, 21, cowrote the single with 6-year-old acute lymphoblastic leukemia survivor [ALL] Natalie Grace and her 9-year-old sister Hannah Rose Gorsegner last year." Read More.
“Your Child Has Cancer…”
The Gorsegner’s as seen in
Parents magazine (November 2014 issue).
By Elizabeth Foy Larsen from Parents Magazine
“No parent is prepared to hear those words. But it happens to dozens of families every day: There will be nearly 16,000 new cases of pediatric cancer this year. Read this inspiring story -- and learn how you can help fight for more research to find a cure.” Read More.
"Taylor Tote: Fighter"
NJ Stage 2016 Issue 10
By Gary Wien
"Fighter" is a very special song, written and performed by Taylor, a 6-year-old cancer survivor named Natalie Grace and her 9-year-old sister Hannah Rose. Taylor is releasing the single with a full band version featuring a choir of children currently fighting cancer or cancer survivors themselves. Read More.
"Natalie Grace Gorsegner Shows
What It Means To Be A Fighter."
The Navesink Journal (October 2016 issue).
"Six-year-old cancer survivor Natalie Grace Gorsegner of Middletown and her sister Hannah are up to some pretty exciting stuff these days. The girls recently collaborated with singer-songwriter Taylor Tote of Tinton Falls on a song and music video titled "Fighter." Local firefighters and an additional 20 children, also cancer survivors and current fighters, are a part of the project.
Read More (pages 84-85).
The Gorsegner’s on the Today Show,
September 30, 2014
Watch this five minute segment as the Gorsegner’s raise some much needed awareness and where (then) 7-year-old Hannah Rose announces that she’ll be shaving off her long beautiful red locks in honor of the kids fighting cancer. “This is one of the little ways that I can help kids with cancer and inspire them to be brave in their treatment.” Watch Here.
"Girl, 7, shaves head to support 5-year-old
sister in remission from cancer”
By Kerri Zimmer Fraser
for Today Parents, October 24, 2014
“I've been working at TODAY for 10 years and have had the privilege of telling many stories, but the story of these two little sisters is one of my favorites.” Read More.
“Moms raising huge sums for pediatric
By Jerry Carino for the Asbury Park Press, September 14, 2015
“The worst part was the powerlessness. Andrea Verdone Gorsegner watched her 3-year-old daughter bleed from the eyes, take giant needles in her spine and endure seizures as she dealt with leukemia and the side effects of chemotherapy.” Read More.
Middletown’s Natalie Grace, 6, wants help fulfilling her special birthday wish”
By the Monmouth Journal, August 28, 2015
“Aug. 16, 2012 is a day that local residents Andrea and Dan Gorsegner will never forget as that’s the day they were told that their then 3-year-old daughter, Natalie Grace, had high-risk acute lymphoblastic leukemia.” Read More.
Natalie as seen in a full-page ad in the
July 15, 2013 issue of Time magazine.
Reporting by Lauren Wanko