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‘SHEIN INDIA’ in association with ‘MAKE A WISH’ Foundation grants wishes to children in the Capital

by Suman Gupta

New Delhi: SHEIN India and Make-A-Wish Foundation join hands again to fulfil wishes of children, following the immense success of their association in Mumbai. This is the second time SHEIN and Make-A-Wish have come together to share happiness with kids in Delhi.

Make-A-Wish Foundation is dedicated to granting the most cherished wishes of children between the ages of 3 and 18 years, living with life-threatening illnesses, irrespective of their socio-economic status, caste, race or religion. The event in Delhi witnessed a painting and drawing competition followed by an interactive session with the children. Most of the children wore their outfits and SHEIN provided them with matching caps for their attire and glasses to flaunt their outfit and slay the day.

SHEIN, a fast fashion e-commerce platform has been on the forefront of creating fashion trends and styles straight from the ramp. The association with Make-A-Wish Foundation makes SHEIN one of the few brands making a difference to the Society.

On this association, the Spokesperson of SHEIN says, “SHEIN is honoured to be a part of Make a Wish. We are amazed and inspired by the dreams of these children which has touched the lives of thousands of people.”

Deepak Bhatia, CEO of Make a Wish says, “We are very happy with the successful support by SHEIN India at the launch event in Mumbai and to replicate the same in Delhi where we granted wishes of children with a critical illness. We are looking forward to spreading happiness across other locations in future.”

The event took place at the Wizspk Communication office in Delhi. SHEIN fulfilled over 40 wishes of children battling life and the association attempts to fulfil many such wishes for an entire year.

Details of the children:

  1. Laxmi Singh suffering from Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia aged 12 wished for Pants, Bags and tops

  2. Parveen Khatun suffering from Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia aged 5 wished for Indian Wear for his day out

  3. Asfak suffering from Hodgkins Lymphoma aged 7 wished for a crisp yellow shirt and Shein goodies.

  4. Tehreem Tarfiya suffering from Burkits Lymphoma aged 8 wished for a beautiful snow-white dress.

  5. Ragini Prajapati suffering from B-Cell Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia aged 16 wished for a red gown to dress up like a princess.

  6. Jyoti Saini suffering from B-NHL aged 16.5 wished for a blue gown

  7. Kanishka Mewada suffering from Medulloblastoma aged 5 wished for new clothes along with a pink frock for herself.

  8. Sania Khatun suffering from CML-CP aged 11 wished for Pink Indian wear for herself to dress up.

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