You can practically feel the excitement in this photo of these students from Yankeetown Elementary. They won a pretty important contest that will help grant wishes for children with life-threatening illnesses.

Winning Moment

Mrs. Watson's Kindergarten class won the school coin wars by raising $422.29 for GRANTED and won a class Cotton Candy Party

YANKEETOWN / GRANTED
YANKEETOWN / GRANTED
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Imagine being in Kindergarten and your class could win a cotton candy party...Where do I sign up? That was only part of the motivation the students at Yankeetown Elementary school in Newburgh had to bring in coins for GRANTED.

Mr. Principal is Going Over the Edge

The students had a much bigger goal - Raise enough money to send their Principal Over the Edge. Yes, they met and exceeded their goal, bringing in $2,204.35! So, that means that their Principal Mr. McConnell OVER THE EDGE for GRANTED Wish children on April 30th!

You Can Stay on the Ground and Help Too

We know that heights and doing crazy things are not everybody's cup of tea. That is totally ok. You can donate to a team of your choice, and join us on Saturday, April 30, 2022, to cheer on the repellers. There will be music, food trucks, and fun for the whole family.

About Granted:

Granted’s service to our children and families extends far beyond their Wish through programming, events throughout the year, support groups, and resource referrals in the family’s times of crisis. Granted has been serving children of Southern Indiana, Western Kentucky, and Southeast Illinois with terminal or life-threatening conditions, and fulfilling their greatest Wishes since 1985.

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