On this episode of The Indy, join us for a ride-a-long Dream Delivery with Dream Foundation.
Dream Foundation is a Santa Barbara-based nonprofit with the goal to provide inspiration, comfort, and closure to terminally-ill adults in the form of an end-of-life dream. Founded in 1994, the organization has delivered more than 34,000 dreams nationwide to adults with a life expectancy of 12 months or less. Dream Foundation also provides programs for veterans and children of terminally-ill parents.
Alexandra Goldberg sat down with Lamar Pugh, a Dream recipient who was granted a trip to Florida with his best friend Daniel Ontiveros. Also joining us on the show today is Dream Foundation CEO Kisa Heyer, Vice President of Programs Barbara Schoch, and Dream Coordinator Rebecca Steiger to chat about the unique palliative care this organization provides across the nation.
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Hosted by Alexandra Goldberg.
All music for this episode written by Molly McAnany.
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