The Freewishes Foundation is preparing to bless the community through its annual Easter Egg Hunt Extravaganza.
On Saturday, April 8th, the Foundation will host the spectacular event at Butler Park next to MLK Aquatic Center. The event will include games, food, face painting, balloon art, pictures with the Easter Bunny, and an egg hunt with over 30,000 eggs.
The Freewishes Foundation has partnered up with Restaurateur and Executive, William Platt’s The B.A.N.K Foundation (Blessings All Neighborhood Kids) and Pawkids to curate the event. “Our goal with our annual community-wide event is to bring people from all walks of life together. It’s a great way for everyone to have fun, celebrate and strengthen bonds within the community,” said Future.
The FreeWishes Foundation was created by Future, his mother Stephanie Jester and sister, Tia Wilburn 13 years ago. The foundation provides educational and community support, health & wellness services to the community as a way to empower them to be self-sufficient as states on the official website. The FreeWishes Foundation is dedicated to the legacy of Future’s maternal great-grandmother, Ruby Nell Gates, affectionately known as “Big Mama.”