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Magical Memories

121 Colonial Lane
Turbotville, PA 17772

570-337-5640
Remember your childhood? Sleepovers, parties and vacations with family? Imagine that all being traded in for frequent doctor appts, hospitalizations, painful procedures, medicine that makes you sick and your hair fall out, spending your life in a wheelchair never feeling the freedom of running or climbing a tree... this isn’t what childhood is supposed to be, but...this is the world of many of our kiddos. From the day of diagnosis, their world has been torn upside down and a part of their childhood has been taken away. MM strives to make magical moments and forever memories in the lives of these children and their families, especially in the instant when one of these children looses their fight to their illness. We are a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization setting out to make a difference in the lives of local children faced with life threatening and terminal illnesses. Our goal is to make magical moments for these children that turn into forever memories for not only the child, but also their family who is experiencing this journey with them. It is about the magical moment of the here and now that turns into the forever memories. Our mission is to provide events and special days for these children with our major endeavor being an annual holiday extravaganza where these children can put their illness behind them for a moment in time to just “be a kid”. It doesn't matter if they are in a wheel chair or have no hair, because there are others there that share similar circumstances. Entertainment of Woody Wolfe, Aaron Kelly, Kingdom Kidz puppets,and more, we provide fun filled days to make memories galore for the children and families to take with them. Many of these children receive “wishes” from organizations, but when their wish is completed, they no longer have that special moment of excitement to look forward to yet their illness continues. Our goal to provide yearly events for these children so they have that “magic” to continue with them as they continue to deal with their illness.
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