The Make-A-Wish Foundation is famous for granting terminally ill children’s wishes.
Usually, the wishes involve meeting favorite idols or celebrities. But, the charitable foundation may have just granted their most magical wish yet.
The charity recently learned about Addison, a 6-year-old girl who has battled leukemia since she was 3. Though she’s currently in remission, the organization felt she was a great candidate for their work.
The young girl has a special place in her heart for unicorns and was convinced the fairytale creatures lived in Hawaii’s rainforests. So, the organization set out to make Addison’s dream a reality.
Make-A-Wish, with the help of volunteers from the Diamond Head Theatre, flew Addison and her family out to Oahu and transformed Waimea Valley into the fantasy world, “Aboretia.”
“Princess Addison” went on a magical scavenger hunt in order to free the unicorn and the enchanted forest’s Queen.
In order to free the unicorn, Addison had to sing “Somewhere Over The Rainbow.”
Addison’s unicorn, complete with a pink horn, was played by a horse named Sonny, and the little princess got to ride her magical creature through the forest.
The look on her face when she meets the magical creature is heartwarming, to say the least.
You can check out Addison’s full story at her Make-A-Wish page.
If you can, donate to the foundation to help make another child’s dream come true.
H/T: Huffington Post