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Make-A-Wish Ruth's wish

Organized by: Michelle Cleveland

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Make-A-Wish® grants the wishes of children battling life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength, and joy. Like most 5 year olds, Ruth loves playing with her friends and family and making them smile. While inside, Ruth loves to play dress-up and even dressed up as Rapunzel, Ariel, and Elsa when the Make-A-Wish volunteers went to visit her! Ruth also loves to swim and dance. When it comes to having a wish granted, it could be tough for some of us to know what we would want. But for a 5 year old whose favorite colors are pink, purple, and blue, whose favorite activity is playing dress-up, and who LOVES Ariel, Elsa, and Star Wars, what could be better than a trip to Disney World?! Ruth, who has biliary atresia (a disease of the liver and bile ducts), knew right away what she wanted. Ruth wants to experience everything that makes a place like Disney World so special. She wants to dress up like all of the princesses, see the Star Wars attractions, and meet as many characters as possible. But just as important, this trip will be a chance to find some peace and family time, away from hospitals, doctor’s appointments, and tests. This trip will be all about having fun, meeting every character they can, and enjoying each other as much as possible. Ruth’s excited for the chance to complete her princess dress collection with a princess Merida costume, and to meet her favorite Star Wars characters, and we wouldn’t be able to bring such joy to this precious little girl without your help. Over the next few months I will be updating you with exciting fundraising events and other ways that you can help. Please consider donating today to help me reach my goal of helping Ruth realize her wish! Thank you! Michelle


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