– The campaign launched this week is to help terminally ill kids who have been through traumatic experiences get well.
– The music mogul is the latest celebrity to support the scheme.
X Factor head judge, Simon Cowell has backed the Daily Mail’s fantastic Quids (Make-A-Wish Foundation UK) for Kids campaign which was launched this week.
Make-A-Wish Foundation UK is a campaign that organizes magical experiences for terminally ill children and the music mogul is the latest celebrity to support the scheme.
It should be noted that before him, TV presenter, Carol Smillie, Broadcaster, Dame Joan Bakewell and Jo Wood have rolled in to support the campaign since it was launched.
It should also be noted that in the UK, more than 20,000 children and young people have a life-threatening condition.
According to Simon, the foundation is a really fantastic one that helps terminally ill children make their dreams of getting well come true.
He has also encouraged others to give to the campaign and in line with that, he said, “Giving a little will mean a lot”