WISH GRANTED FOR BEAUTIFUL 18-YEAR-OLD WITH SPINAL CORD INJURY THAT LEFT HIM PARALYZED. MEET ANTHONY
The below post and video from the “Make Anthony Walk Again” page came to our attention yesterday. It was a family’s cry for help to get their son Anthony a new and much needed wheelchair accessible van. The ramp on his current van broke (as can be seen in the video) as the van was really designed for a small child.
A year and a half ago, when Anthony was just 16, he suffered a spinal cord injury at an indoor trampoline park in New Jersey. His injury left him paraplegic. While he suffered one of the worst injury possible, this beautiful young man did not let it get the best of him. He’s a fighter who focuses his efforts to raise awareness for spinal cord injuries by going to schools and hospitals to share his story with others.
Today we granted a big wish for this hero. We are giving Anthony $3,000 towards a down payment for his new van AND he will be joining us at Eagles Training Camp this summer! He was SO excited and appreciative. You can help but fall in love with him.
Please follow Anthony’s page and donate to his GoFundMe campaign for his van if you can. The more he raises, the less his monthly payments will be. This young man is as beautiful on the inside as the outside. Show him some love.
Take a look at these photos.
Our sweet little wish recipient Bryson just received the IPAD we sent him. When you donate to BK, you are helping to improve and enrich the lives of struggling children. The beauty of our organization is that you actually get to SEE where your donating dollars go. Bryson appreciates YOU!
Bryson was born in October 10, 2013 with congenital hydrocephalus. Since that time, this little guy has battled. He’s in the hospital as we speak and we ask for prayers for Bryson. Meantime, we wanted to grant a wish for cutie pie.
Bryson’s IPad recently broke and we are replacing it. For children like Bryson, with frequent doctor visits and hospital stays, an IPad helps to occupy him. They are a priceless tool for special needs kids.
To follow Bryson’s journey click here: