KMPS And Umpqua Bank Grant Lydia’s Wish 12-12-13


KMPS in partnership with Umpqua Bank would like to add YOUR name to the list of people who see someone in a tough situation, and want to help. This morning, Johnson and Johnson were able to grant Lydia’s wish thanks to her friend Tambria who nominated her.

Click HERE for more information, and to nominate.

Wish requests must be made by individuals on behalf of other individuals; an individual cannot self-nominate and organizations, schools, etc. are not eligible.
Wish requests should be in the form of an item or service that is needed, not a request for cash. (For Example: A wheelchair ramp, piano lessons for a chronically ill child, etc)
Wishes should cite the recipient’s need and specific circumstances that make it particularly important for their wish to be met.

About Wish Upon A Star:
Wish Upon a Star is a signature Umpqua Bank program partnering with local radio stations to grant life changing needs or special requests for those struggling through tough times. Since inception in 1998, the program has granted more that 500 holiday wishes providing an estimated $500,000 in assistance to those in our communities most in need. Past wishes include providing a veteran a motorized scooter to increase mobility, helping a homeless family who recently moved off the street with basic apartment furnishings, installing a wheelchair ramp for a child with muscular dystrophy, and providing a new scooter for a grandmother facing mobility challenges while raising her grandchildren

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