The work this charity does for seriously ill children and their families is truly humbling. This story goes to show how a little thing can mean a huge amount and the lengths Make-A-Wish will go to, to make it happen.
Kelsey sadly passed away in August 2018, aged six. On the same day, her wish for a rare gold Ring Pop Puppy toy was granted by @MakeAWishUK 💙 Throughout July @MakeAWishUK have been remembering #KelseysMoment ✍ Her Ring Pop Puppy ‘Goldie’ only cost small change but it meant so much more to Kelsey.
Dad, Billy, says: “When Goldie arrived, that was the last time she came round and was herself. The grin on her face was unbelievable.”
Goldie never left Kelsey’s hand again.
It’s never too late to grant a wish and, every month, hundreds of children with critical illnesses turn to Make A Wish UK, each with their own unique wish. You can’t be there in the moment, but you can help them create the moment.
Help Make-A-Wish UK stop the clock for more poorly children by giving them back irreplaceable moments of childhood 🌟 #KelseysMoment http://bit.ly/2Xb9NcU