Netherlands-Based Charity Organization Fulfills People’s Dying Wishes

Retired paramedic Kees Veldboer, 60, came up with this idea while assisting a former sailor whose only wish was to sail a ship once more. Veldboern arranged for the stretcher-bound man to go sailing and so that was the beginning of Veldboer’s new humanitarian path — making wishes come true. A year later he founded the Stichting Ambulance Wens (Ambulance Wish Foundation) and has brought terminally ill people to weddings, museums, galleries, car shows, football matches and stables. He has already helped fulfill the dying wishes of more than 14,000 people.

If you’d like to make a donation, visit their website at ambulancewens.nl.

(H/T: Stichting Ambulance Wens NederlandBBC)



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