Locally headquartered national nonprofit Twilight Wish Foundation has announced that it is once again holding its Week of Wishes from May 8th through May 13th.
During this special week, Twilight Wish will be granting the wishes of deserving, low-income seniors in the community. Among the special wishes granted in the past were Theresia’s wish to receive her high school diploma at the age of 105, Al’s wish to return to the “Roundhouse” (Philadelphia Police Headquarters) at 82 years of age and Lizzie’s wish to help paint a mural at 88 years of age.
The Week of Wishes will culminate with a celebratory event at The Warrington Country Club on Friday, May 13th.
Twilight Wish Foundation is a nonprofit charitable organization whose mission is to honor and enrich the lives of seniors through intergenerational Twilight Wish celebrations.
Since its founding in 2003, Twilight Wish has granted 4,557 individual wishes to seniors throughout the U.S.
Twilight Wish grants wishes to seniors who are 65 and older or a permanent resident of a nursing home and earn less than 200% of poverty level.
If you would like to nominate a deserving senior or get involved with Twilight Wish, visit the website at www.twilightwish.org or call 215-230-8777 ext. 104.