Do you want to change the life of a child and help grant wishes to children with life-threatening medical conditions? Well, you are in luck. The Make-A-Wish Foundation® of the Mid-South is holding a volunteer training session in the Fort Smith area for anyone interested in becoming a Wish Granter.
Wish Granters are the volunteers who represent the Foundation and are the liaisons between the Make-A-Wish Foundation and the wish family. Wish Granter, Brandi Cook, from Centerton, AR has loved the opportunity to be a wish granter and to be able to work with wish families, staff members, and volunteers. She said she is “so blessed to be given the opportunity to know them.” Just like Brandi, you could have the opportunity to meet knew people and help change children’s lives.
If interested in attending, please contact Mallory Roulston at (501) 492-7274 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
WHERE: The Movie Lounge, 7601 Rogers Avenue Fort Smith, AR 72903
WHEN: Saturday, July 13 from 10am-3pm
WHO: Anyone 21 years or older who is interested in becoming a Wish Granter volunteer for or any current volunteer who has not attended training in the past 3 years
About Make-A-Wish® Mid-South
Make-A-Wish® grants the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human condition with hope, strength and joy. Each year, Make-A-Wish Mid-South fulfills the wishes of more than 200 children across the Mid-South. Founded in 1986, the Mid-South Chapter has granted more than 4100 wishes since inception. With the average cost of a wish being more than $7000, the organization relies on fundraisers, corporate support and donations from the public to bring hope, strength and joy to families who need it most. To learn more, visit www.midsouth.wish.org.