KANSAS CITY COMMUNITY AND STATE OF MISSOURI RALLY AROUND 8-YEAR-OLD AMELIA’S WISH TO “TAKE CARE OF THE WORLDPark Cleanups Taking Place at Swope Park & throughout Missouri on February 27Wishes from Make-A-Wish Missouri usually fall into one of four categories: I wish to go…, I wish to have…, I wish to be…, or I wish to meet….But in Amelia’s case, this 8-year-old, who is battling brain cancer, wants to do something very unique: her heartfelt wish is to “take care of the world.” Amelia’s wish will be granted by Make-A-Wish Missouri and sponsored by Helzberg Diamonds who has helped arrange for hundreds of volunteers to assist with cleaning up local parks in Kansas City and throughout the country in an effort to “take care of the world.” Supporters can join in the efforts in person, as well as follow along on social media at @MakeAWishMo for photos and updates, using the hashtag #AmeliasWish. Those who can’t join the local efforts but feel motivated by Amelia’s wish are encouraged to join or create cleanup crews in their own communities. Make-A-Wish Missouri is hoping for thousands of people to be inspired, perhaps all over the world, and join in this unique wish to “take care of the world.” More information on Amelia’s wish can be found at www.mo.wish.org/AmeliasWish. #KCParks | KC Parks Instagram Photos

KANSAS CITY COMMUNITY AND STATE OF MISSOURI RALLY AROUND 8-YEAR-OLD AMELIA’S WISH TO “TAKE CARE OF THE WORLDPark Cleanups Taking Place at Swope Park & throughout Missouri on February 27Wishes from Make-A-Wish Missouri usually fall into one of four categories: I wish to go…, I wish to have…, I wish to be…, or I wish to meet….But in Amelia’s case, this 8-year-old, who is battling brain cancer, wants to do something very unique: her heartfelt wish is to “take care of the world.” Amelia’s wish will be granted by Make-A-Wish Missouri and sponsored by Helzberg Diamonds who has helped arrange for hundreds of volunteers to assist with cleaning up local parks in Kansas City and throughout the country in an effort to “take care of the world.” Supporters can join in the efforts in person, as well as follow along on social media at @MakeAWishMo for photos and updates, using the hashtag #AmeliasWish. Those who can’t join the local efforts but feel motivated by Amelia’s wish are encouraged to join or create cleanup crews in their own communities. Make-A-Wish Missouri is hoping for thousands of people to be inspired, perhaps all over the world, and join in this unique wish to “take care of the world.” More information on Amelia’s wish can be found at www.mo.wish.org/AmeliasWish. #KCParks