It was serendipity that aligned Scott and Melissa Cavanaugh with Give Kids The World, and caring hearts that continue to fuel their immeasurable support for the Village. (click for more)
Shared by Mom, Denise Schaefer…
“Aiden was diagnosed with leukemia in December 2016. He was two and a half years old. As a family we were devastated, and we cried a lot.” (click for more)
Give Kids The World Village just became even more magical with the addition of its new Serendipity themed pirate ship stage. Joining snoring trees, an enchanting castle and the world’s largest game of Candy Land, Serendipity is one of many ADA-accessible storybook attractions that help spread happiness and hope at the Village – an 89-acre, (click for more)
Nicholas’ story by wish mom Kathy Dewey…
We had been in treatment for a year and a half when we found out Nicholas’ Rhabdomyosarcoma had returned. We immediately contacted Make-A-Wish and they found us a spot at Give Kids The World. We had heard great things about GKTW, but it was so much more than we could ever have imagined. (click for more)
Wil Church’s Story by wish mom Melissa Church.
“My son, Wil, was diagnosed with rhabdomyosarcoma in 2000. We were able to visit GKTW in April 2001. To get away and forget the hospital days, the sick days, the scary days… it was such a blessing. Our trip was truly magical. The perfect period to the end of that very long ugly sentence.” (click for more)