Arlington Public Safety, A Wish with Wings grant boy's adventure wish

ARLINGTON--The Arlington Police and Arlington Fire departments are collaborating with “A Wish with Wings” to make a dream come true for a 7-year-old boy who has leukemia. On Saturday, April 14, the public safety agencies and “A Wish with Wings” are going to grant a Batman adventure wish for the boy, who is not being named at this point to maintain the element of surprise. The adventure will begin for this little boy at 10 a.m. Saturday and end with a special ceremony at City Hall at 2 p.m.  As a hint, this adventure will include a bank, fake money, motors officers, a bogus “bomb” and couple of cackling villains whose criminal acts are foiled by the good guys.

Making this adventure a success, has required plenty of planning, coordination and a team of noble volunteers, including actors and safety coordinators. Six Flags Over Texas pitched in to provide him with a gift basket containing Batman adventure materials and souvenirs.  Worthington National Bank and Babe’s Chicken are also playing a role in helping make this adventure day a special one.

About A Wish With Wings

A Wish with Wings, Inc.is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization granting magical wishes for little Texans with life-threatening conditions since 1982. Working closely with children’s hospitals, child life specialists, and physicians their sole purpose is to grant the wish of a child in need and bring a ray of hope and happiness into their lives during a time of sorrow and despair. For the past 30 years, a Wish with Wingshas touched the lives of hundreds of Texas children in need.  With every Wish granted, this nonprofit gives the gifts of memories, laughter, and joy made possible by the generosity and kindness of others.

Tiara Richard
Arlington Police Department
Media Relations Coordinator