Precious Touch Foundation hosting a Costume Fanfair

When summer vacation arrives for the children next month, you might consider taking them to Deighton Griffith Secondary for lessons of a different kind, helping less fortunate children see their wishes become real…

Precious Touch Foundation is having a Charity Extravaganza and Costume Fanfair on July 2nd from ten in the morning until 6 that evening, Adorial Mexwell-Hazel created this non-profit charitable Organization almost nine years ago and explained not only what patrons can expect but the costume parade is not super heroes like last time but examining creativity.

Precious Touch Foundation is having a Charity Extravaganza and Costume Fanfair on July 2nd from ten in the morning until 6 that evening, Adorial Mexwell-Hazel created this non-profit charitable Organization almost nine years ago and explained not only what patrons can expect but the costume parade is not super heroes like last time but examining creativity.

The designs have to reflect Precious Touch’s four fulfillment categories – I wish to have, I wish to be, I wish to go to, or I wish to meet… So if you wanted a Tablet then you’d do a costume like an iPad and so on…

Precious Touch Foundation Inc. is dedicated to the granting of ‘WISHES‘ to children between the ages of 2 and 16 years old who have been diagnosed with life-threatening medical conditions and children who are terminally ill, which is why the July event emphasises the purpose of the Foundation. It’s all happening at the Deighton Griffith school next month.

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