Turkey Tracks Hunt and Eric Corey Foundation Fund
The employees of J&L are driven to search out and support local charities. In June of 2011, the employees of J&L banded together to assist Eric Corey with his dream. The avid hunter — with the help of his parents, Doug and Carol Corey — found ways to stay mobile and continue hunting. Established in 2010 by Doug, Carol and Eric Corey, the foundation provides support for programs or activities involving the Turkey Tracks Hunt or any other hunting, fishing, or outdoor experience for disabled hunters and their families.

Eric Corey's Legacy
At the young age of 16, Eric Corey was diagnosed with ALS. An avid hunter his entire life, the Starke County resident has made it his mission to make sure other young adults with mobility challenges like him can experience the joy of hunting. That’s why he and his family have organized Turkey Tracks. The event allows hunters with physical challenges to use adaptive equipment and the help of a guide to experience a turkey hunt in Northern Indiana. The avid hunter — with the help of his parents, Doug and Carol Corey — found ways to stay mobile and continue hunting. The Knox resident died Jan. 18 2012 at age 25, but his legacy will live on.


What is Turkey Tracks?
The event allows hunters with physical challenges to use adaptive equipment and the help of a guide to experience a turkey hunt in Northern Indiana.


 

Support Turkey Tracks
If you would like to support the foundation financially, please make your tax deductible contribution payable to: N.I.C.F. The Northern Indiana Community Foundation

Eric Corey Foundation
N.C.I.F.
0625 N. 700 E.
Knox, IN 46350
Phone: 574-772-5567