LITE-FM's Christmas Wish is back, thanks to our friends at Pioneer Federal Credit Union. 

Sometimes, we get lucky enough to cross paths with people we met through Christmas Wish years ago again. In 2016, Victor wrote to us hoping to have a Christmas Wish granted for his family when they found themselves in tough situation. Mom had just been diagnosed with two medical conditions resulting in her having to cut hours at work drastically. Dad's paycheck was being garnished for medical bills. The family lost the home that Victor, his parents, 10-year old brother and 17-year old sister called home. One of Victor's brothers let the family move into his small garage while they tried to get back on their feet again.

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Flash forward to 2020, Victor now has a family of his own! His friend Marissa told us that Victor and his fiancé, Halley, are now proud parents of a baby boy. Their son was born prematurely and is immunocompromised, so navigating the pandemic has been especially challenging for the young couple.

Marissa knows that Victor's working almost 80 hours a week to allow Halley to stay home with the baby since being in daycare right now could jeopardize his health. He's doing everything he can to keep his family's heads above water, but things are exceptionally tight right now.

So we decided to load Jaci up in the Treasure Valley Subaru Delivery sleigh to bring Victor something to help lighten the load. Click play below to listen to the surprise!

Donate to Help Us Grant More Wishes

We want to grant as many wishes as possible in 2020 and we can't do it without your support! If you'd like to make a donation, there's two easy ways to do that!

Donate at PFCU | Pioneer Federal Credit Union is collecting donations at all of their Treasure Valley locations. To find the one closest to you click HERE.

Donate Online | Chances are you've already got a PayPal account set up for your holiday shopping.  Use that same PayPal account or enter your payment information for a one time donation HERE.

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