Kylie Miller of McVeytown, Pennsylvania, was recently granted a dream from the Sunshine Foundation for a Shopping Spree.
Kylie lives with the challenges of Takayasu’s arteritis, is a rare type of vasculitis, or blood vessel inflammation. It affects the biggest arteries in your body.
“Thank you for making my wish come true. I got a lot of makeup and clothes. I love doing my make up and make up on other people. I also got new clothes because I love clothes shopping,” said Kylie.
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Sunshine Foundation answers dreams to children with life-long chronic conditions such as: spina bifida, cerebral palsy, profound severe Level 3 autism, Down syndrome, hydrocephalus, severe epilepsy, Sickle Cell Disease, blindness, deafness, trauma from abuse, and others.
To make these dreams a reality for children that may be turned away from other wish-granting organizations that require a life-threatening or critical diagnosis, Sunshine Foundation relies on the generosity of individuals, organizations, and corporations. Kylie’s “Dream Come True” was made possible through a generous donation from the Bellefonte Area School District, and “Josh’s World” children’s book, written by local author and former Sunshine Dreamer Josh Goblowsky.
The most common request is a Magical Dream to visit Disney World, Legoland, SeaWorld, and Universal Studios while choosing to stay at the Sunshine Foundation Dream Village near Disney.
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Sunshine Foundation also answers Special Dreams: shopping sprees, computers and iPads, outdoor playsets, above ground swimming pools, family trips, cruises, adaptive tricycles and other special needs equipment, plus many more.
Since 1976, Sunshine Foundation has spread Sunshine into the lives of more than 41,900 children throughout the United States. For more information to refer a child or to make a donation, please visit www.sunshinefoundation.org.
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