Mumbai, 14 th November 2016: This Children’s day, over 100 children with life-threatening
illnesses saw their dreams come true as their wishes were granted at a fun- filled event,
organised by Cox & Kings and Make a Wish Foundation.
To help bring smiles to the faces of these children who have been undergoing painful
treatments and to make them feel special, Cox & Kings planned the celebration across cities
like Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Kolkata, Chennai, Hyderabad and Pune.
In Mumbai, the Sion Hospital auditorium came alive with gleaming eyes and sunshine smiles
as these children rejoiced dancing, singing, playing games and collecting their granted
wishes. Cox & Kings employees and celebrity kids from the popular comedy TV series,
Tarak Mehta Ka Ulta Chasma joined them in this celebration to make their day and applaud
the fighting spirit of their parents. More than 150 employees of Cox & Kings across cities
celebrated Children's day with the kids.
Karan Anand, Head, Relationships, Cox & Kings said, “The Cox & Kings foundation is
committed to helping bring positivity and joy into the lives of many children every year.
Today, as the nation celebrates Children’s Day, this is our effort to reduce the pains and
struggles of children with life-threatening illnesses and fill them with happiness and
enjoyment to make them feel better”
Different wishes of getting Bicycles, TV, Remote control cars, Mobiles, Laptops etc. were
fulfilled across India.
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