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"Make a Wish"

Please welcome Glaiza, our newest "Make a Wish" grant recipient. What a beautiful smile for this four-year-old hero as she is determined to beat cancer. Thank you to our donors who have made this grant possible.

When a child receives cancer treatment, the treatment requires them to be far away from home for many weeks, often causing them to become very homesick. At Kids Cancer Fund, our "Make a Wish" program allows each child to receive gifts that they find comforting. These could be awesome toys, wall decorations/posters, or personalized blankets that help make the hospital stay as calm and comfortable as possible.

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