In 1983, 14-year-old Todd from Plantation wished to have a computer. Because of his battle with muscular dystrophy, he spent a lot of time at home. He wanted to have his own computer as a wonderful source to alleviate his boredom by providing him endless hours of entertainment. Little did he know that his wish would also spark the wishes of so many more children facing life-threatening medical conditions more than 30 years later.
Referred by Clara Padatino