Make-A-Wish granted wish continues with aspiring YouTube personality

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SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 News) The Make-A-Wish foundation has helped thousands of kids who are battling illness that we can only imagine. Last year, they helped Beckham who was diagnosed with end-stage kidney failure and under-went a kidney transplant. Now, Beckham wants to be a YouTube personality.

YouTube star Stuart Edge partnered with Make-A-Wish to help Beckham pursue his dream.

Make-A-Wish CEO Jared Perry and Stuart edge joined Good Morning Utah to talk about what they’re doing together.

Stuart has been posting videos since 2012 – videos include pranks, magic, bear costumes, and street performances. 

His following has expanded rapidly. He chose to partner up with Make-A-Wish Utah to help spread the organization’s mission.

To watch a prank video with both Stuart and Beckham, keep an eye on the YouTube page, where it will be uploaded later today.

Beckam received his wish from Make-A-Wish Utah last year, after being diagnosed with end-stage kidney failure and undergoing a kidney transplant. Beckam’s wish was to go to Atlantis with his family and he had an amazing time on his trip. Beckam loves YouTube and says he wants to be a “YouTuber” when he grows up

There is a Growing Need for Make-A-Wish® Utah Support:

• Their vision is to reach every eligible child in the state of Utah
• More than 150 wishes are waiting to be granted in Utah alone
• Ways to help include making a donation, workplace giving, planning an event, volunteering, interning, and helping spread the word about our mission

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