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Thank you for making the impossible, possible

"The general feeling among all of us is that John's wish experience wasn't a onetime event, but really was just the start of something. That it isn't really over," said wish mom, Jackie of her son's wish to be a drummer in a Revolutionary War reenactment.

Jackie and John shared their story in front of a packed house at WOW: Wonder of Wishes on October 3 at the Sheraton Seattle Hotel. Funds raised will help kids like John see the impossible as possible when their wishes come true. 

John's story serves as a beautiful reminder that wishes have an everlasting impact on wish kids and their families. If you didn't have a chance to attend and would still like to support the event, please make a donation

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