Wish Fulfillment Program Grants Wishes of Ill Children

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Children’s Wish Foundation International
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Headquartered in Grand Prairie, Texas, D&M Leasing also maintains locations in Houston, Dallas, and Fort Worth. The company operates with a goal of providing customers with the information they need to obtain the best leasing deals nationwide. D&M Leasing also contributes to charities benefiting children, such as the Children’s Wish Foundation International (CWFI), which manages initiatives like the Wish Fulfillment Program.

CWFI’s Wish Fulfillment Program has granted the wishes of children in 53 countries worldwide and works with the support of dedicated individuals and organizations. Program coordinators create itineraries and provide all necessary arrangements and accommodations for each child’s wish, including travel plans, expenses, volunteer support, and tickets. Utilizing over 20 years of experience in designing wishes, coordinators personalize each wish to the child’s individual preferences and desires.

Children eligible for the program include any individual under 18 diagnosed with a life-threatening illness. The Wish Fulfillment Program also offers accommodation services to children unable to verbalize their wish due to cognitive level or age through the Young Minds Program. Young Minds allows eligible children to choose from a list of special gifts that include a toy and doll collection, activity assortment, and a television with a DVD player and movie collection.

To refer a child to the program or learn more, visit the Wish Fulfillment Program page at childrenswish.org/programs/wish-fulfillment.

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