Pay-It-Forward Makes a Wish Come True for Child with Autism
A young boy got to make his wish of being a veterinarian come true. Antoin Killgsley, 8, celebrated his birthday February 2 by making a dream come true thanks to Pay it Forward Network (PIFN).
Dr. Wes Lee of Red River Equine and Dr. Honea of North Airline Hospital surprised Antoin with all the supplies he needed and then helped him give checkups to horses, goats, bunnies, chickens, dogs and lizards.
“These are the types of wishes that money can’t buy …”
Seventh Heaven Ranch also had horses ready for Antoin to ride after he provided their check up.
“These are the types of wishes that money can’t buy, it is truly only possible through the power of networking. We look forward to being part of his special day,” said PIFN Founder Kassi Robinson.
Pay It Forward Networking is a volunteer-run 501C3 foundation that grants wishes to children with special needs and/or life-threatening illnesses through networking. PIFN has grown to a network of over 20,000 caring individuals with the common goal of helping children facing hardships. A wish granted gives these recipients a day of fun and a lifetime of comfort knowing the love and generosity in the world. The wishes granted are made possible by individuals simply combining resources and using their connections for a greater cause.
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