1. What Would You Do If You Were Given One Wish?

    Mikey’s Way Foundation expands from hospitals to Ronald McDonald House

    WESTPORT Conn. /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Given one wish from Make-A-Wish Foundation in 2005, “Mikey” Friedman built a lasting legacy that continues to grow and flourish today.

    Mikey’s Way helps children with cancer escape the fear, isolation and boredom of prolonged and often debilitating hospital stays by providing them with hand held interactive electronics. Founded by Michael “Mikey” Friedman, who, at age fifteen, was diagnosed with a rare and aggressive form of cancer. Mikey understood what it meant to go through chemotherapy treatment, and wanted to help other children read more →

  2. Mikey’s Way Fights to Keep Kids Connected – Westport News

    Mikey’s Way fights to keep kids connected

    Anthony Karge, Akarge@bcnnew.com

    The sickness was the worst part of being in the hospital. For Mikey Friedman, the mind-numbing boredom was a close second. In between the debilitating chemotherapy treatments, surgeries and a stem cell transplant, there was just nothing for the 15-year-old to do except lie there with a rare and aggressive cancer, within his body. If the cancer doesn’t kill him, he told his father, the daytime television would. Family often visited and the hospital staff at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York  read more →