WV teenager granted “make a wish” request
COAL CITY, Va. (WVNS) – An insurance company has teamed up to announce a $ 7,500 grant with the Make-A-Wish Greater Pennslyvania and the West Virginia Foundation.
The grant is part of Independent Insurance Agents Trusted Choice’s national commitment to help locals across the country make more wishes come true for children.
“We are delighted to partner again this year with WV’s Trusted Choice independent insurance agents to help make West Virginia children’s heartfelt wishes come true,” said Jo Beth Smith, regional director of the Make- office. A-Wish from southern West Virginia. .
A Coal City teenager’s request to go to Myrtle Beach comes true.
Madison is a 17-year-old diagnosed with a medulloblastoma. Medulloblastoma is a tumor located in the primary central nervous system. It starts somewhere in the brain or the spinal cord.
“I would love to visit Myrtle Beach, SC, to give my family a relaxing trip to the beach,” Madison said.
The Greater Pennslyvania and West Virginia chapter has between 450 and 550 wishes pending at any given time. They are the most active local chapter in the country, as they have achieved around 20,000 wishes.