"It's a feeling I can never describe and it's making me a little emotional that I came this far, so I'm really happy that all the people are here to support me with this," Ashley said.
Philadelphia Teen Uses Her ‘Make-A-Wish’ Moment To Help Other Girls
The Make-A-Wish Foundation works to make dreams come true for children across the U.S. facing life-threatening illnesses.
Lansdale Catholic raises over $12,000 for Make-A-Wish Philadelphia, Northern Delaware & Susquehanna Valley
Local High School Makes 11-Year-Olds Football Wish Come True
Susquehanna Bank ice cream promotion benefits Make-A-Wish
A 10-year-old boy's wish came true Tuesday morning at the Weather Channel.
“Working with Make-A-Wish is a feeling like no other,” Corrado said. “We are honored to be a part of such an amazing mission and look forward to helping grant wishes for many more deserving children.”
Leah Poleshuk, 4, daughter of Stephen and Kimberly Poleshuk of Palmyra, was treated April 29 to a send-off party at Red Robin in Hershey.
HERSHEY >> Leah Poleshuk got a surprise when she arrived at the Red Robin restaurant in Hershey on Tuesday night.The 4-year-old Palmyra girl and her parents, Stephen and Kimberly Poleshuk, were treated to a Make-A-Wish send-off party celebrating a wish come true for Leah, who suffers from a life-threatening medical condition.
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