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About Mckenzie’s Moment

Story About Us
Who We Are

The Grays

McKenzie Ryan Kearney Gray (Kenny) was born on May 22, 2018, at 28 weeks due to a placenta abruption. Despite around-the-clock, world-class care, Kenny peacefully passed away just 3 short days later.

Kait, Ryan, and Palmer Gray quickly sprung into action following Kenny’s passing to commemorate their daughter & sister by creating a nonprofit organization. During the first 3 years of McKenzie’s Moment, The Gray’s were able to raise over $485,000 for nonprofits that focus on the health and wellbeing of women & children in North Central Florida.

In 2020, The Gray’s created their own 501(c)(3) with aspirations of bringing love, support, and attention to several charities amongst the community that took such great care of them during their darkest days; Ocala, Florida!!

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Our Mission

The Mission of McKenzie’s Moment is to offer hope and opportunity to women and children in need through health, education, and welfare initiatives within the city of Ocala, Florida and throughout North Central Florida.

Who We Help


  • MM4 Beneficiaries are: Advent Health Ocala, The Public Education Foundation of Marion County & The Mariano Rivera Foundation – Mentorship Program
  • MM3: Kimberly’s Center, Project Hope, Never Say Never Foundation and Advent Health Ocala
  • MM1/MM2: Ronald McDonald House

Ronald McDonald House

We believe that “home” is more than four walls and a roof over your head. That’s why every Ronald McDonald House is a safe haven that provides all the comforts of home, plus the compassion and hospitality of staff, volunteers, and other families — all just steps away from the hospital.


Kimberly's Center

Together with the Department of Children and Families and local law enforcement, the specially trained staff at Kimberly’s Center provide a safe, child-friendly environment for children to talk about their abuse and begin healing.


Project Hope

Project Hope is a faith-based transitional and supportive housing program that provides the opportunity to empower homeless women and children in our community to reclaim their lives.


Never Say Never Foundation

Never Say Never’s mission is to sponsor disabled athletes in a multitude of sports, including extreme sports, and to seek funding to allow youth and young adults with disabilities to attend camps, sporting events and to get the prosthetics or other tools they need to thrive.

Thanks to these integral and generous