If you work in the UK and are involved in media buying decisions, please take 15 minutes to share your perspectives and we will donate $25 to Make A Wish UK in your name. Click on the ‘start’ button on this page.
Dear Pivotal Perspectives team,
The Make-A-Wish team would like to thank you for your support. You have been a wonderful supporter to our work.
Tens of thousands of children around the globe are eligible for a wish! With your kindness, we can continue our mission of helping wish children all over the world!
Together, we are transforming the lives of Wish Children.
Fundraising Database and Donor Care Manager
A survey about perceptions of data science and machine language providers is available. We ask a few simple questions at the beginning to determine if you qualify.
If you do qualify, the interviews should take15 minutes of your time. By participating a $25 donation will be made to Make A Wish international.
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If you use technology products and services and would like to provide feedback to the ‘makers’ please consider you joining our community of software developers, IT and business professionals who these products are designed for. It’s a great way to provide feedback in a way that will be listened to and acted on and at the same time you will be rewarded and we will make donations to Make A Wish International. Learn more HERE.
Liza Womac, Pivotal Perspectives Program Coordinator
The Pivotal Perspectives program helps children with life threatening health conditions get closer to making their wish come true. There are so many wonderful stories of wishes to share, this week we would like to share a story from the Make-A-Wish Foundation® in the United Kingdom.
Meet Harry, a 15 year old from Exeter who loves to play sports, especially football. After being diagnosed with Osteosarcoma, a rare type of bone cancer, Harry was no longer able to play his beloved sport. Harry endured seven months of chemotherapy, surgery, and intravenous immunotherapy following chemo. Harry was strong throughout the treatment, but desperately missed being able to play football. The doctors told Harry that he would not be able to play the sport, for fear of damaging the metal rod that had been put into his leg (in place of his shin).
Harry was given the chance to have a wish come true through Make-A-Wish International Foundation® . His wish was to try out another sport that he might be able to enjoy in the future. His wish was to go cycling at the London Velodrome where the Team GB Olympians excelled in 2012. Harry and his family traveled to London where they got to stay in a hotel, go cycling, and enjoy a shopping spree. Harry was able to ride a tandem bike, then a bike all on his own. He had an amazing time as he whizzed around the track.
The wish was a gift not only to Harry, but to his family. It gave them a chance to be together and laugh together. Experiences like this is what Pivot Point Research wants to help Make-A-Wish grant more of. By participating in our surveys, you are helping to make wishes like this happen in your country and all over the world.
To read more about Harry’s Make-A-Wish story, click here: Harry’s Wish
Liza Womac, Pivotal Perspectives-Make-A-Wish® Program Coordinator
The Pivotal Perspectives program helps children with life threatening health conditions get closer to making their wish come true. Pivotal Perspectives makes a donation to the Make-A-Wish International Foundation® each time a software developer or business professional participates in a survey sponsored by leading tech industry companies. There are so many wonderful stories of wishes to share, this week we would like to share a story from the Make-A-Wish Foundation® in Germany.
Jana, at 8 eight years old, is suffering from congenital heart failure. Jana has always had a love for horses, and this fall her wish to see the wild horses in Hungary came true. Jana and her family took a very special trip to Hartobagy where they were able to meet with a horse researcher, spend time with the horses, take horseback riding lessons, carriage rides, and much, much more. This was a trip that Jana and her family will always remember.
To read more about Jana’s Make-A-Wish story, click here: Jana’s Wish
By joining Pivotal Perspectives and participating in our surveys, you are helping to make dreams like this happen, in your country and all over the world.