Emily’s Gospel Concert
Emily wished to see her son play with his gospel band one last time.
One of Emily’s favorite things to do was watch her son play music. She was so proud of his talent, even following him to Jacksonville to see him on stage with his gospel band. Every time her son played in Pensacola, Emily would join him on stage with his gospel band to accompany him on the piano.
So when we heard she wanted to see him play one more time, we couldn’t wait to grant her wish. With the help of our loving donors, Covenant Care staged a concert for Emily – complete with a singer to lend a voice to her son’s beautiful music. Emily fought back tears as she listened to the soulful performance, bringing her immense joy and peace in her final days.
Byron’s New Smile
Byron wishes to make his smile even brighter.
We love Byron’s smile. He just lights up a room. But Byron needs new dentures. You can help Byron feel confident and comfortable with a new smile. He certainly keeps us smiling…with your help, we can do the same for him.
A wonderful cook, Annetta wishes to cater her grandson’s wedding.
Annetta is widely known as the best cook in her family. (Don’t tell her sister.) As her final wish, she would like to cater her grandson’s wedding. She thinks this is the best gift she could give the newlyweds. But catering an entire wedding is expensive. Your gift will help us provide Annetta with the food and tools she needs to make her grandson’s wedding memorable. It would mean so much to cook all her family’s favorites one last time.
Suzanne’s Mom and Daughter Day
Suzanne wishes for a fun day out with her daughter.
Suzanne knows she doesn’t have much time left to spend with her daughter, so she wants to make the most of every moment she has left. Her wish is for a day out, ending with a delicious meal at Red Lobster and a movie at the AMC Theatre! Some of their favorite memories include chatting over a seafood dinner and sharing popcorn and laughter at the movies. Your gift will help us give this special pair a day out they’ll never forget.