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The priceless work of Make-A-Wish, and the potential of games

“The one that’s most fresh in my mind is George’s wish.”

I’m talking to Jason Suckley, CEO of the Make-A-Wish Foundation in the UK.

“I met George and his mum a couple of years ago, and he had, at the time, they knew he had a terminal condition, so they created what she called a ‘bucket and spade list’ because he was too young to have a bucket list. He couldn’t speak at that time because he’d lost his power of speech but they were obviously very, very close. And one of the things on the list was to go tobogganing in Austria.

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