Here's the wish we received:
Dear Bianca's Kids:
Peyton has Down syndrome and was diagnosed wth a leukemia Nov 2014. She's still In treatment and can not walk (in therapy).
She desperately needs a swing set. She loves to swing and it's hard to get her out of the house with her siblings to a park. Therapists are encouraging her climbing on a swing set, sliding, and swinging. All things that challenge her muscles. And she truly loves to swing. With mounting medical costs we can not afford to buy one and have it properly installed in our backyard.
Dear Shannon, we are beyond thrilled to grant this wish for Peyton!! A backyard playground is on its way to you! Please send us pics of Peyton on her playset. Wishing her the best of health.
Love Bianca's Kids 😊
Sherry was just 46 yrs old when she died suddenly in May from a heart attack. She was a loving wife, mother of four and a Cancer survivor. Her husband Al has his hands full as a new single dad of four while morning his wife. His two income family became one so finances are extremely tough. Al's wish was for proper child care for his youngest - 5 year old Aidan, which he could not afford. Al just wants to go to work this summer... without worrying about who is watching Aidan and if he is safe.
We granted Al's wish by enrolling Aidan in one of the best daycare centers/preschools in NJ - Chesterbrook Academy. We are paying for Aidan to go to Chesterbrook 5 days a week for the remainder of the summer until he starts Kindergarten. Al is so appreciative of this gift and we are sure Sherry is too.
To donate towards our fundraiser for Sherry's family please click here https://app.mobilecause.com/f/n8j/n
WISH GRANTED for little boy with Type 1 Diabetes. This guy is going to meet his NFL idols thanks to Bianca's Kids!
Here's the wish we received:
There is a boy name Tony, our friend, he is 10 years old. He loves playing sports. Always willing to help others. Always has a smile on his face. He is so loving and caring.
At the age of 5 Tony was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes... Even though he was only 5 he understood what was going on with his body. He has to test his blood sugar 8 times a day even in school. But he never complains. Can you imagine pricking yourself 8 times a day with a little needle to test your sugar? Tony does it so willingly and without complaining. Keeps a smile on his face and stays positive. At times when playing his sports he gets tired, his sugar gets low but he fights through it. He is always positive cheering his teammates on. I would love for him to meet the Philadelphia Eagles since sports are his favorite and he knows some of sports players have diabetes and they do their best and continue on playing that's what pushes him to succeed when he plays his sports .
Thank you Bianca's Kids!
Michelle, your wish is granted. On July 29, 2016 we are taking Tony to Eagles training camp to meet the players and watch them practice! He's going to love it!
BIANCA'S KIDS REWARDS 7 LOCAL KIDS IN FOSTER SYSTEM FOR GRADUATING HIGH SCHOOL & GOING TO COLLEGE. EVERY ONE OF THEM ARE GETTING A BRAND NEW LAPTOP COMPUTER TO TAKE WITH THEM TO SCHOOL!
That's our agreement. When a local foster child graduates high school and goes to college, we gift them a laptop. Yesterday, we received a call for seven such kids. Our philosophy is that when you beat the odds and push through adversity to make it to college, you deserve a gift that will assist you with your studies.
We are so proud of each and every one of them!
Photo courtesy of dreamstime.com.
We received a wish from a woman named Alex for a little boy named Justin. Justin has Cerebral Palsy and spastic diplegia. In her wish, Alex explained that Justin goes to the same school as her son JJ. Alex's son JJ has autism. If/when JJ has an episode at school, Alex explained that Justin is the only person that can calm him. Justin is frequently called out of class to assist JJ and other special needs schoolmates. And Justin does it happily.
For all of those reasons, we are granting Alex's wish by sending Justin a few special toys and a $200 gift card for his back to school shopping.
Great job Justin!!! You are a role model for your all your friends.