We received a wish from Chase’s mom. She explained that this beautiful 9 year old boy has hydrocephalus, developmental delays, hypotonia, wears braces on ankles,
and is in the process of being diagnosis from genetics doctors at Children’s Hosp of Philadelphia. Chase’s mom told us that with all this angel has to deal with, he has been bullied too.
Chase’s mommy told us that he LOVES the Phila Eagles and would be over the moon if he could ever meet them. We believe he deserves a one on one meeting with the super bowl champs so, this little guy is coming with us to Eagles training camp in the summer to have his dream become a reality. It’s a long wait but Chase’s mom assures us he’s willing to wait. Truth is, our day at training camp is worth every second of the wait!
So happy for you Chase!
WISH GRANTED FOR LITTLE BOY WITH CEREBRAL PALSY. HIS WISH IS SOMETHING THE AVERAGE CHILD TAKES FOR GRANTED. MEET CHARLES.
Dear Bianca’s Kids,
My son is not fully capable of really asking for a wish, he doesn’t talk a lot but is in need of things that would make him more comfortable. He has cerebral palsy, epilepsy, autism, asthma and so many other conditions, he is incontinent and we struggle to find diapers for him, which is somewhat financial related but mostly just that his body type is so different that the smallest adult diapers are too large but the pull ups he is using do not hold enough since he’s tube fed. It would be amazing to find a way to cloth diaper him to decrease the number of times he’s changed throughout the day because his pull ups leak every single time, keeping him dry (he doesn’t mentally register being embarrassed yet but he hates changing his clothes, keeping him on task at school and getting more done in therapy is just a fantastic wish for us. The company who sells cloth diapers in hi s size charges about $20 per diaper and he needs at least 8 to get through the day.
This wish for such a basic need is an honor to grant for you. We are sending you a check for $500 to buy as many cloth diapers as Charles needs.
Sometimes the wishes are small to us but HUGE to the person in need. We received a wish for an autistic child who need a backpack and basically everything else of the upcoming school year. Understandably, back to school is expensive for anyone. Today, we granted that wish for a family who needed it. A check for their child's entire back to school wish list.