Mercer county sunshine foundation Operation dream lift 2019
98th Sunshine Foundation Dreamlift
100 special needs children to spend the day in the #1 most requested destination
On Tuesday, May 7 Sunshine Foundation will have its 98th Dreamlift. There are many chronically ill and physically challenged children that dream of going to Walt Disney World. The Sunshine Foundation provides Dreamlifts, a one-day excursion to Disney’s Magic Kingdom theme park. Sunshine Foundation charters a plane and takes groups of about 100 special needs children to spend the day in the #1 most requested destination. For many of these children, they are having two dreams fulfilled: their first time flying and a day at one of Orlando’s theme parks. Everyone boards the plane in their hometown and just a few hours later they are enjoying a day that will mean tons of fun and exciting memories at that special place! Since Sunshine Foundation started its Dreamlift program, over 5,000 children been flown to Florida from cities across the USA.
Serving Mercer county since 1993
The Trenton post will be streaming live from inside the park 3:15 PM and 5:30 PM
The Sunshine Foundation answers dreams to children living with life-long chronic illnesses and conditions, physical challenges, or the trauma of abuse; ones that are turned away from other wish granting organizations that require a life-threatening or terminal diagnosis. Sunshine Foundation relies on donations and volunteers from 1164individuals and corporations to make these dreams a reality.
Come join the Philly fanatic, The Trenton thunder’s Boomer and many other Disney characters celebration this magical day starting 6 AM at the New Jersey National guard facility 152 Scotch Road Ewing
Plane departs at 8 AM sharp the event is open to the public.
Since 1976, Sunshine Foundation has spread Sunshine into the lives of more than 40,000 children in the United States, and it remains one of the nation’s top-rated wish-granting charities serving the terminally ill or chronically ill. For more information on how you can help, call 609-558-1164 or visit www.sunshinefoundation.org.