2010-02

Veronika (11 years old, Dunavecse)

Veronika handwrote her wish for us and the reason why she wants a laptop and for what task she is going to use it.

Her life-long dream was finally fulfilled, with the help of conspiration of the mum it was a huge surprise for Veronika.

She did not understand why she had to go for an unknown place but soon it was clear for her. Veronika’s face was shining from happiness!!

She opened the box with excitement and was constantly admiring the machine and also asking questions from us.


Lilla Lengyel and Joli Bakonyi
Wish Coordinators
Budapest, 18th of February, 2010






Thank you for the support of E.ON Hungária Zrt

with which we could put another smile on a child’s face.




Tamás ( 13 years old, Budapest )

On the 14th of March, 2010, Tomi’s and Lóránt’s dream has become true: they could watch a Manchester United Premiership match at Old Trafford Stadium. They have wished that from Csodalampa a year ago and they have been extremely excited about the trip since then. The long wait finally paid off; both of them returned with an amazing, life lasting experience from Manchester.


Tomi and Lóránt were accompanied by their fathers, big football fans too, so we set off to England with United shirts and of course Hungarian flags too. After the long journey we arrived to the heart of Manchester and admired the four-star, elegant Marriott Hotel and got some rest to prepare for our fantastic weekend. We would like to thank Dr. Tamás Barabás for waiting at the airport and driving us to the hotel and to everywhere the boys wanted to go.


The next day after having a plentiful breakfast at the cold buffet we went to see the Manchester United museum and the „Theatre of Dreams”, the Old Trafford. After admiring the lots of trophies and medals the football team won we were escorted by an own guide at one of the world’s most beautiful and enormous stadiums. It was a unique experience; we were able to get into the players dressing room and to take some photos in there, and everybody sat into the living legends’, Sir Alex Ferguson’s seat at the bench.


At the end of the stadium tour the boys bought a lot of United relics at the Megastore, starting from the flags and scarves to pens. After having dinner we got up onto the Manchester Wheel from which a wonderful scene unfolded before us. We finished the day with a little wandering around the city centre and went to have some sleep to be fit on the next day, the day of the match between Manchester United and Fulham. The following day was the day when Tomi’s and Lóránt’s dream became reality!
Lots of people was walking on the streets in MU scarves and shirts even in the morning and we could feel how important and traditional the football really is in England and in Manchester.
From little kids to old people everyone seemed to be so excited about afternoon’s game. We sat in our seats in the first row near to a corner-flag (thanks for this perfect place very much!). We could almost touch the training players at the sideline. We could feel the atmosphere of the stadium, joined to the United songs and chants to support the team and celebrated the goals with the fans. I assume that is an experience we will never forget! As the match ended (Manchester United won it of course) the boys had the chance to meet, to have some talk and to take some photographs with Zoltan Gera, a Hungarian player of Fulham’s team. It was an amazing experience to talk with one of the best Hungarian footballers at the moment who was very kind to Tomi and Lóránt.


This fantastic and memorable trip to Manchester finally ended with a little walk in the town and some shopping at the near Trafford Centre.


Lóránt’s and Tomi’s biggest dream has become reality and these days will be a life-lasting, fantastic memory for them!


To organize this wish-fulfillment we needed a lot of help:

We would like to thank the Robert Burns Foundation and Mr. Zoltán Magyar for providing the match tickets for the complex museum and stadium tour and for giving us the chance to have a meeting with Zoltán Gera.


We would like to thank Mr. Phil Down / Manchester United Disabled Supporters Assoc/ for providing us disabled seats for Tomi and his company, his father.


Finally we would like to thank the Marriott Resorts for providing us a perfect accommodation.

Special thanks for the journey:


Bakonyi-Kiss Gábor
Wish-coordinator
Manchester. 2010.03.16.

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Lóránt ( 16 years old, Balatonboglár )

On the 14th of March, 2010, Tomi’s and Lóránt’s dream has become true: they could watch a Manchester United Premiership match at Old Trafford Stadium. They have wished that from Csodalampa a year ago and they have been extremely excited about the trip since then. The long wait finally paid off; both of them returned with an amazing, life lasting experience from Manchester.


Tomi and Lóránt were accompanied by their fathers, big football fans too, so we set off to England with United shirts and of course Hungarian flags too. After the long journey we arrived to the heart of Manchester and admired the four-star, elegant Marriott Hotel and got some rest to prepare for our fantastic weekend. We would like to thank Dr. Tamás Barabás for waiting at the airport and driving us to the hotel and to everywhere the boys wanted to go.


The next day after having a plentiful breakfast at the cold buffet we went to see the Manchester United museum and the „Theatre of Dreams”, the Old Trafford. After admiring the lots of trophies and medals the football team won we were escorted by an own guide at one of the world’s most beautiful and enormous stadiums. It was a unique experience; we were able to get into the players dressing room and to take some photos in there, and everybody sat into the living legends’, Sir Alex Ferguson’s seat at the bench.


At the end of the stadium tour the boys bought a lot of United relics at the Megastore, starting from the flags and scarves to pens. After having dinner we got up onto the Manchester Wheel from which a wonderful scene unfolded before us. We finished the day with a little wandering around the city centre and went to have some sleep to be fit on the next day, the day of the match between Manchester United and Fulham. The following day was the day when Tomi’s and Lóránt’s dream became reality!
Lots of people was walking on the streets in MU scarves and shirts even in the morning and we could feel how important and traditional the football really is in England and in Manchester.
From little kids to old people everyone seemed to be so excited about afternoon’s game. We sat in our seats in the first row near to a corner-flag (thanks for this perfect place very much!). We could almost touch the training players at the sideline. We could feel the atmosphere of the stadium, joined to the United songs and chants to support the team and celebrated the goals with the fans. I assume that is an experience we will never forget! As the match ended (Manchester United won it of course) the boys had the chance to meet, to have some talk and to take some photographs with Zoltan Gera, a Hungarian player of Fulham’s team. It was an amazing experience to talk with one of the best Hungarian footballers at the moment who was very kind to Tomi and Lóránt.


This fantastic and memorable trip to Manchester finally ended with a little walk in the town and some shopping at the near Trafford Centre.


Lóránt’s and Tomi’s biggest dream has become reality and these days will be a life-lasting, fantastic memory for them!


To organize this wish-fulfillment we needed a lot of help:

We would like to thank the Robert Burns Foundation and Mr. Zoltán Magyar for providing the match tickets for the complex museum and stadium tour and for giving us the chance to have a meeting with Zoltán Gera.


We would like to thank Mr. Phil Down / Manchester United Disabled Supporters Assoc/ for providing us disabled seats for Tomi and his company, his father.


Finally we would like to thank the Marriott Resorts for providing us a perfect accommodation.

Special Thanks for the journey:


Bakonyi-Kiss Gábor
Wish-coordinator
Manchester. 2010.03.16.

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Lili (3 years old, Veszprém)

Lilike is a sweet, active little girl who like riding a bike. Her wish was a scooter!

By conspirating with her mum we arrived as a surprise with the magic machine into the Tűzoltó Street Clinic. Lili welcomed the present in a shy way, constantly hugging her mum.

There were some other children who ringed the bell…. Of course Lilike became interested as well. After we left we found out that Lili was staring her new scooter with happiness, all her shyness was gone as it is seen on the picture.

We wish all the happiness when using the new scooter.


Márta Felkai and Joli Bakonyi
Wish Coordinators
Budapest, 17th of February, 2010






Thank you for the support from the E.ON Hungária Zrt.




Viktória (10 years old, Budapest)


We successfully conspirated with Viki’s mother because she had no idea that she receives a present from Wonderlamp!

However, when Anikó arrived, the transplantation coordinator, there was not anything to hide from Viki she knew why we wanted to meet her at the Transplantation Clinic. We quickly got out the deeply hidden present, Viki’s wish, a Wii game.

The young lady immediately opened the box, and could recognize all the parts of the game like a professional. We found out that the father is hurrying from his workplace to set up the newly received machine.

We wish all the happily spent moments, playing with this game for the family!

Viki’s wish has been granted from the donation of the pupils, parents and teachers of the Budapesti Angol Nemzetközi Iskola.

Thank you for your support!






Anikó Maléth, Eszter Sarnyai and Joli Bakonyi
Wish Coordinators
Budapest, 26th of January, 2010

Szilveszter (13 years old, Szőke)


We visited Szilveszter in his home on a cold, snowy Sunday night, in the village of Szőke not far from Pécs. We rang his grandmother for help to find out which is the safest road to take, to avoid the new-fallen snow.

He was really surprised to see us. He didn’t think we would go in the big snow, and he would get the Play Station 2 which he so fondly required. Besides the machine we also took a joystick because this was part of his wish as well.

He unrappened the presents happily. He was glad for every item and also for the game he got with the Play Station. He told us the reason why he asked for this was because one of his cousins has one as well and they usually play together. After this they don’t have to take the appliance to one another, and they can also switch games.

We hope you have an unforgettable time playing on the PS 2, which helps you forget your illness.




Thank you for the help and support of The British International School.





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Tünde Bezdánné Végh and László Szabó
Wish-coordinator
2009. 02. 07. Pécs

Kira Andrea (3 years old, Tatabánya)


We arrived on a shiny day to Tatabánya with our supporters to Kira. The little girl’s wish was a nice plastic slide with a small house in which she could play in the garden. She usually play in this in the Hospital in Tűzoltó utca.

At our arrival we were a big surprise fro Kira as she had no idea about why we went to their house, her mum kept in secret. When we opened the huge box Kira was even more surprised.

Until that moment she hardly talked to us but when she glanced what is inside the box she was almost shocked by the happiness. Even when we started building the slide she was a big help for us. When it was completely ready in her happiness she could not decide through which window she should get in and out. Her favourite toys and a chair were placed inside.

Thank you for representatives of Vodafone specifically two young men who helped with the building of the garden slide.

It was an extraordinary experience to see the happiness of a little girl.




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Thank you for the support of Vodafone Hungary Foundation

with which we could put a smile on a child’s face.







Mrs István Danics
Wish Coordinator
Tatabánya, 10th of February, 2010

Dalma (5 years old, Budapest)


Dalma is a 5 year old little girl who has already spent 6 months in the Hospital in Miskolc in which she was always dreaming of a barbie house with the facilities inside and dolls of course.

A kind lady called Tuboly Brigitta read her wish on the internet and immediately bought the present for Dalma. Because she is in Heim Pál Hospital now her wish was fulfilled there. Her immune system is very weak, therefore we had to wear a mouth cover and could only stay for a short time.

Firstly, I told her that her wish from Wonderlamp is fulfilled by a magic fairy that will arrive in any second. Happiness was all around when she and her mum opened the box and inside there was a Barbie Villa with facilities and dolls. The lady even bought a teddy bear with the Dalma logo on and promised to bring further furniture for the barbie house in the future. It was a pleasure to see Dalma’s grateful face that this present will be her little empire.

We said goody bye because the nurse came in but at least her future happiness is guaranteed by the doll house.

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Thank you for Tuboly Brigitta support,

with this we could magically put another smile a child’s face!




Márta László
Wish Coordinator
Budapest, 5th of February, 2010

János Dávid (14 years old, Sárbogárd 3. p.)


János is a 14 year old young boy from Sárbogárd and we met him at First Children Clinic, he just finished his dialysis at my arrival. His mother told me that he has to repeat this procedure in every four hour in consideration with the sleeping time. For this reason János is a self-thought student.

Because of his illness and symptoms he cannot get physical hardness: he cannot do any sport activity, he cannot go to any community which means he could not have any close friends yet.

He asked for an X-box game with which time passed quicker.

I gave you the present with the hope you recover quicker after the operation and I wish in the future next to all the exciting activities you will not have time to play with X-box.

Until that I wish the best time and good luck for the operation!

János’s wish has been granted from the donation of the pupils, parents and teachers of the Budapesti Angol Nemzetközi Iskola.

Thank you for your support!





Eszter Németh
Wish Coordinator
Budapest, 2nd of February, 2010

Ivó Milán (6 years old, Lak)

Ivó is treated in GYEK. He likes riding a bike, but he never had his own bike.

It was a surprise for him when I entered with a grey bike. The small children surrounded me in a circle except fro Ivó who watched the happenings from his bed.

When he actually realized that the beautiful bike is for him, he could not say anything due to the happiness. He just stared the ground and his eyes were covered by tears.



Dear Ivó!

We wish you to be finally recovered until spring arrive and then you can enjoy your new, extraordinary bicycle.


Zsuzsanna Csonka Tatár
regional leader
Miskolc, 21st of January, 2010

Ivó’s wish has been granted from the donation of the pupils, parents and teachers of the Budapesti Angol Nemzetközi Iskola.

Thank you for your support!





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