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Meet Jarrad: Wheelchair Athlete and Challenge for Hope Participant

On December 8, Give Kids The World Village will transform into a course unlike any other during Challenge For Hope. Hundreds of participants will arrive at the Village, ready to make a difference for the critically ill children we serve. For one of those supporters, the mission of Give Kids Then World hits incredibly close (click for more)



Wish Sibling Art Wins the Medal

Six years ago, wish sibling Madzy came to Give Kids The World Village for her sister Anika’s wish trip. They sang in Village Idol, had their nails painted, and made many more memories they carry with them today. For Madzy, the best way to display those memories was through art. And this year, her beautiful (click for more)



Something mAAgic This Way Comes…

Every year, thousands of wish families fly into Orlando International Airport, ready to begin their once-in-a-lifetime getaway at Give Kids The World Village. Last week, our incredible partners, the Something mAAgic Foundation, Make-A-Wish, and American Airlines, teamed up once again on an exciting yearly tradition: their mAAgic Flights arrived in Orlando with wish kids from (click for more)



An Extraordinary Evening: The 30th Annual Black & White Gala

“Please know everything you do for Give Kids The World matters. I know our lives are changed forever.” These words, spoken by wish mom Rebecca, brought the audience to a teary-eyed ovation at Give Kids The World’s 30th annual Black & White Gala on September 15. “For one magical week you don’t have to worry (click for more)



Skateboards and Smiles at Give Kids The World

Michael Ien Cohen was working in the hotel business 25 years ago when he read a news story about a man named Henri Landwirth. It changed his life. Henri, Give Kids The World’s founder, was a Holocaust survivor and US veteran. He spent much of his childhood imprisoned in Nazi concentration camps, yet he refused (click for more)




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