WHY IS YOUR MEMBERSHIP IN THE ASSOCIATION OF WISH GRANTING ORGANIZATION IMPORTANT TO YOU?
Dream Come True of Lehigh Valley, Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania
My first conference was in 2004. I cannot put into words how much I learned from the other members. Throughout the years membership in AWGO has helped Dream Come True be a better organization. Any problems we face I can contact a member and they are there to help. I come away from each conference with a new enthusiasm. With AWGO you are never alone. - Rayann Vasko, Excecutive Director
Special Wishes, Inc., Sue Ponton, President
Being a member of AWGO has helped us by sharing ideas through networking.
a Wish with Wings, Judy Youngs, Executive Director
AWGO conferences give wish granters an opportunity to connect and share resources, ideas and to building relationships around the world. After all, a child's wish is our common goal.
Pat Metheny, Vice President, The Wishing Well dba Wishing Well Texoma
Benefits of networking - including all the following: Friendship with other wish granters, networking with other organizations, getting and sharing information, education in various aspects through the topics covered at conference, wealth of info from website, ideas-ideas-ideas, invaluable training on various topics
Tender Wishes, Jill Taylor, Wish Chair
It's a circle of friends that we can use to obtain more information to help us with a special wish. If we work as a unit and not individually, we are stronger!
Dream Come True of Western CT, Betsy Delaney, President
AWGO provides a myriad of resources for our local wish-granting organization that we would not otherwise have access to. Ideas on fundraising, how to create various forms, tips on how to grant wishes involving celebrities, suggestions for solving problems that crop up in our organization's work are all examples of how AWGO has aided Dream Come True of Western CT.