TicketNetwork is proud to announce their participation in Macy’s National Believe Day. TicketNetwork will be supporting Make-A-Wish Connecticut by hosting its first “Believe Eve” for Make-A-Wish this Thursday evening, December 11th, at TicketNetwork headquarters. During the event, guests will write letters to Santa, to be dropped in the Macy’s Believe Mailboxes the following day in support of the Macy’s Believe Campaign. Yes, adults can write letters to Santa too! For every letter delivered on Friday, December 12th – National Believe Day – Macy’s will donate $2 per letter, up to an additional $1 million above the Believe Campaign goal of $1 million. Guests and their families will enjoy holiday treats, a cookie decorating station, and share in an evening of thanks and a celebration of wishes come true. The Make-A-Wish foundation is an important charity to the company as it gives kids a chance for hope and lets them know they are supported as they fight their life-threatening illnesses. TicketNetwork employees are proud to support the inspiring Make-A-Wish Foundation and the families they help.
About Make-A-Wish Connecticut
The Make-A-Wish Foundation® of Connecticut grants the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy. Wish-come-true experiences can do wonders by providing a much-needed break from lengthy hospital stays and medical treatments. They give back to a child what a serious medical condition can take away—the chance to simply enjoy being a kid. Wish kids choose something that will inspire happiness and will allow them to spend precious time with their families. The Connecticut chapter has made over 2,400 wishes come true since its inception in 1986. Learn more about Connecticut wishes at www.ct.wish.org, or join Make-A-Wish on Facebook (search Make-A-Wish Connecticut) and Twitter (@MakeAWishCT).
By Emily Jones, TicketNews
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