Greg Melendy, who is suffering with a particularly stubborn cancer (Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia), made an unusual wish when Make-A-Wish came to visit him.
Instead of the usual “I wish to go to…”, “I wish to meet…”, or “I wish to have…” requests, he decided that he wanted his high school’s music department to benefit, and asked for them to receive a brand new baby grand piano.
The rest of the family had pushed a little for a trip to Australia or France, but understood when Greg decided he wanted to help the music department where he had sung in the choir for almost four years.
“We were all for it,” his mom says, sitting at the family’s well-used dining room table. “Make-A-Wish is something that’s supposed to help a child get through treatment, and I think this did.”
What a touching story. Read the full article on Greg’s life, talents and gift, here: Young cancer patient makes a schoolÃ¯Â¿Â½Ã¯Â¿Â½Ã¯Â¿Â½s wish come true