Kids did get most of their difficult wishes come true through wish-granting agencies that were the only institutions bestowed with the divine blessing to turn little dreams into soul-contending realities until 1993.
The adults, too, had all the rights to see a dream close to heart turn into a reality.
Due comprehension and recognition of such rights by Thomas Rollerson led to the creation of his ‘Dream Foundation’.
The world’s first wish-granting agency to lend wings to dreams dreamt by adults, Dream Foundation stands registered as a non-profit organization and is the largest of its sort across the globe.
Lucy Hale, better known for playing the character of Rose Baker in the television series Privileged, has been instrumental in helping this non-profit organization in its programs for the unfortunate.
Now look at her innovative ways of sensible charity…
Lucy has churned out a collection of exquisite Stoney Clover bracelets in collaboration with Libby and Kendall, the owners of the brand, and has helped them design the green bracelets with gold and silver horseshoe and feather charms.
And the element of philanthropy in the whole issue remains the transfer of 25 percent of each bracelet sold to the Dream Foundation.
Lucy Hale rightly shot up to fame with her performance in the Privileged episodes and after that the super hot series Pretty Little Liars made her comfortable at the crest.
The fact to note and get inspired from remains that the actress, even after all the success, has not deviated from her responsibilities towards the society and what better way than shadowed creative abilities getting highlighted simply for charity.