Listen to the wishes we’ve granted this year.
Christmas Wish #9: Dana Parmenter
Coleen takes care of her 10 year old nephew Sam – who has cerebral palsy. As she gets older, helping him get around has become more difficult. Her daughter Dana wishes to make life a little easier for them both.
Christmas Wish #8: Allyson Ladd
Allyson lost her Dad suddenly in June after he was hit on a bike while training for Ragbrai. Her Mom continues to stay strong for the family, but Allyson wants to give her a very special Christmas Wish.
Christmas Wish #7: Nichole Ortiz
Like so many, Nichole and her husband Robert have been struggling to stay afloat. Robert’s taking steps to better himself by continuing his automotive education – and needs a little extra help this Christmas.
Christmas Wish #6: Ralph Chiodo
Rochelle went to college with Ralph and, through the power of Facebook, has followed him through the years. She’s impressed with all Ralph’s doing with his life and how he gives back to his community.
Christmas Wish #5: Erin Aldridge
Erin’s husband Josh struggles with an immune deficiency – making it tough for him to play with their two active boys. Even simple things like taking them to on a bike ride or to play at the park are tough.
Christmas Wish #4: Kendra Richards
After battling health issues earlier this year, Kendra is convinced God saved her life – and her 5 year old daughter, Reese, saved her spirit. Kendra takes a minute to recognize Reese’s soft and caring heart with a Christmas Wish.
Christmas Wish #3: Melissia Vorel
At age 38, Melissia found out she had cancer and was pregnant with her 4th child within a day of each other. 9 years later, she’s cancer free and looking for ways to create memories for her family.
Christmas Wish #2: Lisa Dolan
Lisa has suffered with health concerns for a number of years. Her brother, Larry, has stepped up in every way possible to help Lisa and her two daughters. Now, it’s time for Lisa to give back.
Christmas Wish #1: Michelle Cunningham
A Christmas Wish is granted for a mother hoping to recognize her daughter for all she’s done this year.