Heroes Come In All Sizes.
You Can Make A Child's Legacy Wish Come True!
Steps To Becoming A Legacy Granter:
1. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for a list of warriors in need.
2. Choose a warrior to help support.
3. Learn about their legacy wish and goals.
4. Sponsor the legacy as an individual, company, family, church OR fundraise, host an event, etc. to do so!
5. If you wish, be a part of the wish granting process!
Check Out Some of Our Living & Memorial Legacies:
Brynnley's Bundles Legacy
Brynnley's family wished for bags filled with hospital essentials, toiletries, gift cards, and toys for each new family on the pediatric cancer floor.
Lifting spirits, satisfying chemo cravings, and providing comfort food to pediatric cancer patients during hospital stays.
Connor's Memorial Legacy
Connor was passionate about helping inner city children and teens. Therefore, his family wished to raise funds in his honor to help a school in need.
Aiden's family loves looking for Aiden's special wagon and knowing that they are helping to brighten the day of children in treatment.
Jilly wished to plant a tree in a local park to raise awareness and symbolize all pediatric cancer warriors.
Leah wished to provide gaming devices such as, Switches and Amazon tablets, to children in clinic.
Kason loves knowing that children going through treatment have a special Batman Strong wagon to enjoy.
As a teen, cancer treatment has been hard on Meranda. She was thrilled to be able to provide something for younger patients to look forward to.
Logan and his family wished to donate bundles of blankets to the PICU floor, where he spent some time, and a wagon for other warriors to enjoy.
In honor of his own battle, Eli wished to raise money for Congenital Heart Defect (CHD) research and care at Motts Hospital. He raised over $1000.
Maelee wished to sponsor a hospital wagon for other pediatric cancer warriors to enjoy on their long stays.
Jensen's Memorial Legacy
Jenson's family honored him with a wagon at the hospital that took such good care of him.
Jonah loves taking wagon rides during his hospital stays. We were happy to grant his wish of giving back to Nationwide Children's Hospital.
Leanna wished to create "I Lived" lists to help other warriors live life to the fullest.
Pax wanted to gift the children at the hospital something special to enjoy while in treatment. A butterfly hospital wagon was a perfect fit!
Athena wished to gift a wagon toher hospital so that other children could enjoy some time out of their hospital rooms.
Trey was eager to giveback to the hospital that has helped him thrive, with a special butterfly wagon.