Many 16-year-olds might ask for s smartphone, an Xbox, or even a new car.
But a foster care child like Ronald Hennig might just want a simple suit for wearing to a relative’s funeral.
Anonymous benefactors are stepping in to help kids like Hennig, using a website called One Simple Wish.
Danielle Gletow started the website to help grant the wishes of children in foster care — from tangible items such as a bicycle, a varsity jacket or school supplies to an experience like music lessons or a trip to the theater.
Since 2008, the nonprofit has granted more than 4,000 wishes for children living in 35 states.
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