EDISON, NJ - Bianca's Kids made a wish come true for one little boy named Dyshon in Asbury Park this past weekend.
Dyshon has a very rare sporadic genetic disorder called Schimmelpenning Syndrome which is a rare multisystem disorder characterized by sebaceous nevus associated with other abnormalities outside the skin which most commonly affect the brain, eyes and bones.
When it was time for Dyshon’s mom to take him to the doctor, it took everything she had to separate him from the tricycle at the daycare center. He wished for a bike just like the one he had at his daycare center.
On Saturday morning, Bianca’s Kids Director Sherri Hill accompanied by Susan Kingsley, Donna Ruggerio and Billy Hughey, dressed as Iron Man, delivered a bright red Radio Flyer tricycle to Dyshon.
Now Dyshon has his very own red Radion Flyer to call his own.
Established in 2010, Bianca’s Kids is a 501(c)3 approved nonprofit organization focused on granting wishes to foster & needy children. The organization was established by Debbie Savigliano in memory of her niece Bianca Yodice who passed away in 2010. Bianca worked abd a childcare center in Edison. It was Bianca's passion for children that inspired her aunt to create Bianca's Kids.