Dorma’s Day of Pampering
Dorma’s wish is to feel pampered with a manicure and pedicure one final time.
Dorma is a caring soul who always puts others first, rarely taking time for herself. When speaking with her Social Worker, Dorma mentioned she hasn’t been pampered in years and was “absolutely tickled” by the idea of a day of beauty.
Dorma’s wish is simple: she’d like a bright red manicure and pedicure “to show she’s still sassy” says Dorma with a grin.
Clothing for Joshua
Joshua came into our care with just the clothes on his back. His wish is for three outfits, undergarments, socks, and tennis shoes.
Have you ever had someone tell you to not take little things for granted, like clean clothes and comfortable shoes?
Today is your chance to appreciate the little things and help someone less fortunate than you. Joshua came to our Inpatient Center with only the clothes on his back. With just one set of clothing, Joshua’s final wish is a pretty simple one, which to most of us, could also be taken for granted. You can help grant Joshua’s wish to have some new clothes and some comfortable tennis shoes. With your generous donation of $100, not only will you grant Joshua some new socks and shoes, but you might just warm his heart along with his toes.
Nothing feels better than time with the ones you love. Mae’s wish is to travel to her sister’s home for a final lunch.
As children, Mae and her sister, Cora were inseparable. They spent almost all their time together and shared everything. Even as adults, the pair would meet for lunch a few times a week and talk for hours.
When the two could no longer drive to meet, lunch plans started to fall through. Mae eventually had to move in with her son a few hours away due to her failing health. She often speaks about the isolation she feels and how much she misses spending time with her sister.
Mae’s wish is to travel to Cora’s town and have lunch one final time to reminisce and say goodbye.
Barry’s Beach Visit
Barry’s wish is to see the ocean one time during his life.
After watching The Weather Channel and seeing the warm southern climate, Barry moved from Chicago to Mobile, Alabama one year ago. Growing up in the Midwest, Barry has never seen the beach and only dreamed of putting his toes in the cool sand and water. Barry wishes to end his special day by taking a boat ride on Mobile Bay and feeling the Gulf winds blow across his face.