About The Jason Kutt Legacy Fund
Jason was 18 years old when taken from this world while watching the sunset with his girlfriend at Lake Nockamixon, Bucks County, PA on October 24, 2020.
Jason’s family has created this legacy fund to advocate for safer state park guidelines and will continue the gift of giving by holding fundraising events to raise money, awareness and to inspire healthier communities in his name.
Make our parks safer for everyone
We will keep lobbing for safer park regulations when it comes to the space being occupied by both hunters and the general public at the same time are safe for all who use it.
Let’s make tomorrow safer and healthier than today by exceeding and not just meeting expectations. We hold safety and health as our highest value and it should never compromised.
Raising awareness about park safety & promote healthier communities
Education is the key. We will continue to bring awareness and educate our communities on park safety. Proceeds collected during our events will go back to support, empower, inspire and enhance our community’s quality of life.
Jason was 18 years old when taken from this world on October 24, 2020. While watching the sunset with his girlfriend at Lake Nockamixon, Bucks County, PA, he was shot and killed by a hunter in the area.
Jason was known as “A Gentle Giant”. At 6’4, he towered most of us. He had a heart of gold and always felt the need to put others before himself. He volunteered at this church reguarly. He was preparing for his enlistment into the Air Force and hopefully the Space Force.
Jason had a passion for music. His instrument of choice was guitar. He loved all kinds of music but Metallica was his favorite band. He was an avid guitar player. He felt music feeds the soul.
He also chose to be a Gift of Life Donor and has positively impacted 254+ lives with his generous gifts.