Make A Wish of Greater Ohio Kentucky and Indiana Inc
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review
Issues: Health, Human Services
Location: 2545 Farmers Drive Suite 300 Columbus OH 43235 USA
Programs: The core of the Make-A-Wish Foundation's mission is wish granting. Any child, between the ages of 2½ and 18 years, who has a life-threatening medical condition and who has not received a prior wish qualifies for the Make-A-Wish Foundation's wish-granting program. Make-A-Wish children search the depths of their imagination to find their one true wish. Wishes come in all shapes and sizes, with requests as unique as the children who make them. The Make-A-Wish Foundation's work is to make the wish a reality. While the Foundation does not place limitations on wishes, requests typically fall into one of four categories: Destination (I want to go to); Occupation (I want to be); Celebrity/Hero (I want to meet); and Special Gifts (I want to have). Recently granted wishes include magical journeys to Disney World, computers, visits to the Super Bowl, swimming with dolphins, and a play house.
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Make a Wish foundation is an exceptional organization. They work far beyond anybody expectation to make families like us to feel amazing. They help my 6 year old daughter that has ongoing spinal surgeries 3 times a year. She spend a lot in the hospital. It was the best present as a parent to see my daughter light up her face when we spend 1 week in Orlando, FL. Make a wish work hard to make my daughter dream come true. We had the most amazing time and the best part it was worry free financial bill. Everything was paid off and they treat us like royalty. Every volunteer was amazing from the beginning of the process until the end. We had the best memories ever in this vacation. We love Make a wish foundation. Everyone that works in there is awesome. Elva Farrell, Indiana
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