WISH GRANTED! HARDWORKING TEEN MOURNING THE LOSS OF HER MOTHER IS THE WORTHY RECIPIENT OF A PAYMENT-FREE CAR FROM BIANCA’S KIDS!!
Sabrina Fountain is a hardworking teen. She goes to school full time and works full time as a teacher’s aid atChesterbrook Academy in Sewell, NJ. Sadly, Sabrina’s mother passed away last year leaving her and her brother Johnny (photographed with Sabrina below) without a mom for the rest of their lives. These kids have had a rough year to day the least. A blessing was in order and we’re in the business of blessings.
Sabrina wants to go to nursing school, a very hard course that requires minimal distractions & unrelated obligations. We knew that a car without car payments was something Sabrina desperately needed so she could go to nursing school without the need or pressure of having to work to make a car payment.
This precious soul was stunned today when she found out we were lying about why we were coming to her place of work. We surprised Sabrina and her coworkers at Chesterbrook Acedemy when we presented her with a payment-free Nissan of her own. No more worries about car payments, no more worries about how to get to school or work. She was trembling with shock & cried tears of joy.
Our job here is done.
Congrats Sabrina!!!! We ️<3 you!
***WISH GRANTED - ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL OF HIGH SCHOOL REACHS OUT TO BK FOR A HOMELESS AND PARENTLESS SENIOR AND GETS MORE THAN HE EVEN WISHED FOR***
Here is the wish we received:
Dear Bianca's Kids,
I would like to personally thank you for taking the time to talk to me about the plight of one of our outstanding senior students. As we discussed this female student (we will call her JM for privacy purposes) lost her mother over the past summer. Her father is nowhere to be found. She stated that she has been living from place to place. With all of the turmoil she and her sister have encountered, JM is still a straight “A” student with aspirations of going away to college. Her concern now is finding work so she can have some money and pay for senior expenses. Any help you can provide is greatly appreciated.
In response to this Assistant Principal's wish, we paid for ALL OF JM's Senior expenses and then some. Here's a list of what Bianca's Kids took care of for this most worthy senior:
Prom Tickets $70
Prom night hair and nails $100
Senior Class Trip $500
Spending money for class trip $100
Senior Night $50
No student, much less one as committed as JM, should ever miss any of her senior events. We made sure she didn't.
(Photo courtesy of theobjectivestandard.com)
Here is the wish we received:
Dear Bianca's Kids:
Dylan has multiple diagnoses including autism and adhd. He struggles with being dysregulared often. My wish is to be able to give him a more sensory-friendly space in his room with sensory items to help him decompress and better regulate. I’ve been able to get a few sensory items for him but unfortunately as a single mom living pay check to pay check I’m unable to get him items that will help him better.
We know how important and effective sensory items are to children like Dylan. And we LOVE helping our single moms. So, this was a perfert wish to grant. We are sending you a check for $300 to buy Dylan sensory items you think he would benefit from. Hope he enjoys them.
Here is the wish we received:
Dear Bianca’s Kids,
Greetings! No one ever truly plans for the things that could go wrong at the birth of a beautiful child. However, Murphy's Law often plays cruel tricks. One month ago, I gave birth to a gorgeous baby boy named Malachi. We thought that everything was fine until hours after his birth, an attending pediatric cardiologist informed me that Malachi had a life threatening disease called pulmonary stenosis; a form of congenital heart disease. He was taken to the NICU at Lankenuea hospital and at 3 am rushed vis ambulance to CHOP to receive his balloon vaulvoplasty. In tears and heartbroken, I forced myself get up and walk following my c section so that I could be with my new baby boy. Thank God for dad, he was with him the entire time until I was discharged. CHOP did a great job with the procedure but Chi is not totally in the clear. Until they can say that the valve will remain open, there is a chance that he may have to re-enter the hospital to get the procedure done again. W ith no family and scared to death to send my baby to daycare, I have decided to stay home to care for him full time. He has no real needs other than diapers and wipes; I breastfeed him so formula is not needed. With my savings account depleted and no true resources, my wish for my newborn is that he have plenty of diapers to stay dry and happy. It would be amazing and beyond appreciated if this wish was granted to aid our family for a short period of time.
Is that all little Malachi needs is diapers? You got it! A shipment of 1,812 diapers will be delivered to Malachi on Oct 22nd. That should keep him dry for a while.
Nyah didn’t smile. She was ashamed of her teeth. More than anything she wanted braces but mom couldn’t afford them and insurance didn’t cover braces.
Thanks to our sponsor and the greatest Orthodontist in the country Dr. Dan Bills of Innovative Orthodontics, we were able to make Nyah’s wish come true. She is getting her braces and a smile she can be proud of. Look how happy she was at her first visit with Dr. Dan.
Thank you Dr. Dan! We love and appreciate you.
HER INSURANCE COMPANY REFUSED TO PAY FOR THE SCRIPTS SHE NEEDED SO WE DID! WISH GRANTED FOR ALIZABETH.
Here’s the wish we received:
Lizzy has Type I Diabetes. She wishes for a glucose monitor. Specifically a Freestyle Libra monitor and sensors (the stickers that go on her arm). She wishes for this so she no longer has to get her finger pricked 5-6 times a day anymore to test her glucose. The Monitor and sensors are NOT covered by insurance. We (her parents) are prepared to spend the $75.00 monthly to get her sensors after the first month. We just need help getting her monitor and sensors to get her started. We have 5 children and extra things are sometimes hard to budget in our finances. The monitor and sensors are a script and at our local pharmacy-Walgreens. She would love to have this equipment, it would make her life a whole lot easier. Thank you for your consideration.
Tonight, we called that Walgreens, paid for the monitor and sensors and told Lisa to go pick up Alizabeth’s scripts.