Seattle Helps Grant a “Wish” for the Make-A-Wish Foundation

Seattle Helps Grant a “Wish” for the Make-A-Wish Foundation

Our Seattle office recently had the opportunity to host a wish through the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Lawrence, Sales Manager, recalled the event:

“Five year-old Aiden wished to be a superhero and was given the task of saving the city from Dr. White Winter, an evil villain whose plan was to freeze the city of Bellevue into a permanent state of winter. Justice Boy, along with his sidekick “Agent G” (his grandfather) led the Bellevue Police Department all through the city in an effort to capture Dr. White Winter and stop his attempt to freeze the city. Justice Boy started his day by receiving a message from Dr. White Winter about his plans and met with the Chief of Police to go over the clues. Clues left by Dr. White Winter led Justice Boy to Bellevue Park, where he saw a large amount of frozen bystanders and Dr. White Winter running in the distance. After stopping to save the frozen citizens of Bellevue, Justice Boy saw another clue which led him to Dr. White Winter’s evil lair at the Insight Global office. Escorted by a motorcade of Bellevue P.D. officers, Justice Boy went to the Insight Global office to stop Dr. White Winter. Upon arriving at Insight Global, Justice Boy saw the entire floor was frozen over. After turning the corner into Dr. White Winter’s lab, he was able to stop the villain from finishing his potion and placed him under arrest. Justice Boy then saved the Insight Global employees who were frozen in place to a round of applause. At that point, Justice Boy was greeted at City Hall where the mayor and the chief of police awarded him with a medal, a key to the city, and thanked him for his efforts.”

The Make-A-Wish Foundation benefits children between the ages of 2-18 that have or are facing a life-threatening illness. Aiden suffers from having Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome and is awaiting a heart transplant.

We are so glad to have played a part in making Aiden’s “Wish” come true. Thank you to all who participated!

 

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