Recent Dreams

Stephanie's Disneyworld Dream 

She has been battingl health issues since before she was born, when she and her twin were diagnosed with Twin Twin Transfusion Syndrome while in utero.  Besides both her arms and legs being affected by Cerebral Palsy, Stephanie also has strabismus, learning disorders and suffers from seizures.  She ambulates using a 4-wheeled walker. Despite her daily challenges and obstacles Stephanie is never without a smiled and is blessed with a beautiful personality.

"Stephanie's dream of meeting "Rella" (Cinderella) was a vacation of a lifetime.  Not only did her dream include "Rella" and Disneyworld, but also Univeral Studios, SeaWorld, and a week long stay at Give Kids the World Village.  It was such an amazing experience!  For an entire week the focus was on  Stephanie feeling like a princess.  She was treated like royalty, which truly was a Dream Come True!

Michael's Disney Cruise Dream

       

Michael was diagnosed with Neurofibromatosis type 1 at birth.  NF1 occurs in 1 in 3,000 births.  Michael's dream was to go on a Disney Caribbean Cruise to places he has never been.  He enjoyed the time spent with his family , the activities on the ship and unlimited amounts of his favorite food.
"Thank you for this wonderful gift of a lifetime-something we will always have to remember...a true dream come true and a birthday he will always remember.  Michael was able to say goodbye to his childhood and celebrate his 18th birthday Disney style."
 

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RECENT DREAMS

                           

    Rachael's dream to Disneyworld                                                            June's dream to Disneyworld

 

                                                             

             Rowan's dream of a Disney Cruise                                                         Jessica's dream to Disneyworld              

 

   

Zach fishing for Sailfish in Stuart FL                                         He did it!!!  Zach caught a sailfish!!! 

   Upcoming Dreams

          Emily  -  Disneyworld

          Molly  -   Attending a taping of Dancing with the Stars

          Bryce -   Hawaii

         Quinn  -  Disney Cruise

    

News/Events

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6 Simple Steps to Granting a Dream

1.
Request
We request a letter with the child’s name, age, address, telephone number, parent’s name and the child’s diagnosis. We forward a medical authorization to the parents for signature and doctor information.
2.
Determine
To determine the child’s medical eligibility, Dream Come True, after receiving a medical authorization from the parents, contacts the child’s medical team. The child’s medical team completes our medical determination questionnaire which is reviewed by Dream Come True to establish if the illness is a medical diagnosis that is life threatening or has seriously altered their lifestyle. Doctors verification determines a child’s eligibility.
3.
Eligible
Once a child is deemed medically eligible, two of our dream team volunteers meet with the family in the child’s home. At this meeting the children use their imagination to create the experience of a lifetime. Their dream is born!
4.
Report
The dream team prepares a report to present to our board of directors about the child and their dream for approval.
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Approval
After board approval our team of volunteers work on fulfilling the dream.
6.
Refer
To refer a child please see our on line form under the tab Dream Services menu Referral Form
Testimonials

We are incredibly thankful for the kindness, compassion, and love that Dream Come True showered on our family during our daughter's illness. Dream Come True entered our family's life when our daughter Sarah was diagnosed with leukemia at the age of 5 - a crushing blow that left our family heartbroken and terrified.

Taking a trip to Disney is a dream come true for Kieran.Our family had a blast ! Give The Kids the World was a amazing place to stay. There was so much to do there . The accommodations and food were very welcoming.

Ben was diagnosed with ALL-PreB just two weeks before his second birthday. When he completed his treatment, Dream Come True provided the most amazing trip to Florida that I could imagine.