Category Archives: Dream Stories

Sydeny’s Mall of America Adventure

  Because of the support we get from Westman we are able to do things like this! We are so very happy for Sydney and wish her all the best! To this wonderful organization, We would like to thank you from the bottom of our hearts for helping us put this beautiful smile on Sydneys […]

Eryk

Eryk Spiry is pictured here accepting his brand new gaming computer from Westman Dreams for Kids Advisory member, Grant Thiele.  Born with Prune Belly Syndrome, Eryk has faced a host of medical problems.  Now 16, he has been unable to attend school for the last two years, is partially home schooled, is on daily dialysis […]

Morgan

Morgan DeBaets was the recipient of a Dream to Give Kids the World in Kissimmee Florida through our foundation. Relatives coordinated their travel to be with Morgan in Florida and together they all took in the magic of Disney! Morgan has a rare chromosome disorder called “Denovo Interstitial Deletion Chromosome 4Q” and is the only […]

Griffin meets his Penquins

    Griffin Bugg is a beautiful little 4 year old boy with a head full of blond curls and he loves penguins!! We were proud to send this family to Kissimmee Florida in October, as our guests, to The Give Kids the World Village, where they experienced the magic that is Disney. Although Griffin […]

Nora goes Riding

                  Eight year old Nora Gates loves horses and Westman Dreams for Kids was able to see to it that Nora spent a wonderful weekend enjoying them. Nora had gone through some serious health issues when our foundation had the privilege of meeting this young lady. Through […]

Breemersch Family says Thanks!

Our foundation had the privilege of meeting 12 year old Miss Katrina Breemersch and her family last year. Katrina has dealt with many severe health issues since the age of 3 and undergone a multitude of medical procedures. However upon meeting her it was evident that Katrina was a positive, loving little girl who, with the help from her parents, brother and sisters was meeting her health challenges with courage & strength far beyond her years! Her Dream was to see Disney World and we were able to fulfill her request in December.

Tristan’s Road to Recovery

Tristan Stacy-Hopkie is pictured here enjoying his rib dinner with his brothers, Brendan and JT before cheering on The Brandon Wheat Kings and meeting his favorite player, Defenceman Ryan Pulock.. He is proudly wearing his autographed Wheat King Jersey! However, it has taken over a year for Tristan to be able to plan for and enjoy that evening. Tristan was diagnosed in August, 2012 at the age of 13 with cancer and has undergone aggressive chemotherapy and radiation.

Surprise for Tolian

Tolian McFarlane is all smiles as he was surprised with a brand new MacPro laptop from our foundation. The laptop will help Tolian with his school assignments and hopefully bring him hours of fun as well!

California Girl!

Karly McKinnon is a beautiful 15 year old who, at the age of 14, was diagnosed with a rare kidney disease called Vasculitis. Her diagnosis and further complications required many chemotherapy treatments, weeks in the hospital and a surgery. She has hours of dialysis daily and will require a kidney transplant. Our foundation had the privilege of meeting Karly with the hopes of granting her a Dream and it was like meeting a “ray of sunshine”! Karly’s attitude and grace has been an inspiration to her family and all who have met her. It was decided that as long as Karly was able to travel, she and her family and all the so necessary equipment would fly to California to enjoy the many sights and sunshine. This Dream was fulfilled in May with the first stop being Santa Monica where Karly and her family went on a dolphin viewing adventure, strolled down Hollywood Boulevard and visited an aquarium.

Jenny’s Dream

Jenny Hamill is a beautiful 17 year old girl who possesses a talent and spirit well beyond her years. Jenny struggles with serious health issues that have left her unable to attend school and some days unable to walk. Her genetic condition has also brought days of sadness and despair. However the Jenny our foundation has had the pleasure and privilege of meeting faces those days with her amazing talent, drawing, and with laughter, daily watching Ellen DeGeneres.