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GURNEE, In poor health. — Somewhat girl from Lake Forest who’s battling a degenerative disorder is headed to Hawaii together with her family because of a generous surprise on Friday.
5-year-old Hannah Weiss arrived on the Learning Experience Gurnee together with her parents and 4 siblings, who were unaware of the special surprise that was in store.
“We’re going to send her off, her and her family, off to Hawaii,” Mollie Blixt, Learning Experience Area Director, said.
Hannah was born with a degenerative and eventually fatal genetic brain disorder and is simply in a position to travel with a wheelchair, respiratory machine, and feeding machine.
“Taking the trip in the primary place is a extremely big deal because we are able to never travel with the entire family,” Hannah’s mom, Kimberly Weiss said.
Now, because of the generosity of families from the Learning Experience Gurnee and Make A Wish Illinois, Hannah and her family will soon have the prospect to loosen up within the Hawaiian sunlight.
Pre-schoolers from the Learning Experience Gurnee and their families, with the assistance of Make A Wish Illinois, spent several months fundraising to bring the plan to fruition, eventually raising greater than $10,000 to assist relieve the stress of travel.
“We’ve done pizza fundraiser nights, we’ve done penny wars. You understand the kiddos have come home and said ‘I want all my change, I want all my change!’ and we bring it in,” Sierra Zaban, a Learning Experience parent, said.
The Learning Experience, at seven different locations across Illinois & Michigan, raised a collective $50,000 to assist other families.