NEVER Too Late

Haverstick, Bob
June 2007
Guideposts;Jun2007, Vol. 62 Issue 4, p74
The article deals with the author's experience of granting wishes. After watching a play, the author decided that he wants to grant the wishes of the older people. He mentioned his plans to Jason Buck, an administrator of a retirement home, and gave the author his first wisher. Initially, the public charity the author started, which he called Never Too Late, received few requests before it became successful.


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