This year HAUSER is making dreams come true for critically ill children by donating to the organisation Make-A-Wish. The company decided to choose one child from each of its key markets – Austria, Germany and Great Britain – and make their biggest wish come true. “It’s very important to us that we think about those who are less fortunate. That’s why we are supporting Make-A-Wish,” said Thomas Loibl, CEO of HAUSER GmbH.
A room of his own
13-year-old Lukas from Austria suffers from synovial sarcoma, a type of malignant tumour. He used to share a small bedroom with his twin brother in their family home, but his dream was to have a space all to himself. Thanks to Make-A-Wish and HAUSER, the upper floor of his parents’ house has now been redesigned to give Lukas his own personal hideaway.
An action-packed experience
Luna Maria (12) from Germany was diagnosed with a brain tumour that sadly could not be completely removed. Luna loves having adventures on the water and in the air. Together with her sister and friends, Luna Maria was able to enjoy an unforgettable day of action, including a helicopter flight, a speedboat ride and stand up paddle boarding.
A visit to the elf tree house
The youngest child that HAUSER sponsored is four-year-old Elsie from Nottingham, UK, who suffers from leukaemia. She is fascinated by elves and magic, so her biggest wish was to live with the elves in a tree house one day. Now her wish has come true. Elsie had the opportunity to spend a few enchanted days in a tree house decorated in true elfin style. And of course, with her own fairy costume and key to her fairy kingdom.