Fulfilled Wishes

Entries in GA (4)


Louise H., 68, Rome, Georgia

Louise's wish was to visit her son one more time.  Although they only live 19 miles apart, her son had two strokes and is now in a nursing home.  Because of her own medical issues, Louise is wheelchair-bound and unable to visit him on her own.  Her wish was to be transported to the nursing home, but because of the wheelchair, she needs a van with a lift.  Louise volunteered throughout her life as both Cub Scout and Girl Scout leader and was the team mother for both her children's softball and baseball teams.   

On September 16th, Louise's wish came true.  Thanks to our generous donors and Best Care Transport Services, Louise spent the day with her son, Billy.  The Cedartown Standard featured an article on Louise's wish.




Marjorie, 75, Eastman GA

Marjorie, a former vacation Bible school teacher and piano player for her small church has a simple wish.  She wishes for a new summer dress to wear to church.

Thanks to the Port Jefferson Rehabilitation and Nursing's Resident Council and a number of generous individual donors, Marjorie received a gift card to her favorite store, Goody's. 


Mae G., 68, GA

Mae and her husband, a Vietnam Veteran, long to return to New Jersey to attend their 50th high school reunion in early October.  She has not been back to her home town for over 20 years.  Both suffer from many health issues but are able to drive from Georgia to attend the reunion.  Mae has asked Twilight Wish to help them with their travel related expenses.  Please donate and help us grant Mae her wish to see her former classmates again.

Thanks to many generous donors, Mae and her husband, Joe, made the trip to New Jersey to attend the reunion.  Not only did Mae and Joe see their old classmates, they also visited Mae's grandmother's grave, the house they built before they moved to Georgia  and ate a lot of Jersey tomatoes!


Residents of Sunbridge Rehabilitation, Folkston, GA  

Seventy one (71) residents of Sunbridge Rehabilitation, in Folkston, GA., were given clothing and other personal care items courtesy of Twilight Wish Foundation and the Hatboro, PA. branch of NGA, Inc.

NGA distributes new clothing to needy residents.