[cnn-photo-caption image=http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2009/LIVING/01/15/cancer.wedding/art.smiles.cnn.jpg caption="Jessica Keenan, 34, is getting married January 24, thanks to the Dream Foundation."]
CNN Senior Producer
You may not be stone cold broke, but you are watching your money. You want to help terminally ill adults, but how are you going to do it without writing a hand-cramping check?
Check out Dream Foundation - your donated frequent flier miles, hotel points or corporate connections can ease the pain of dying adults and their families.
Help send Ed and his wife off to Florida. Bone cancer is expected to kill the 41-year-old Missouri man in six months or less. They could use a hotel room.
There are plenty of wishes to grant on the Dream Foundation website.
A Quincieniera celebration for a daughter who sticks by her dying mother.
A woman who is a Lakers fan and just wants to go to one game before she joins late great announcer Chick Hearn in heaven.
Maybe you know companies that would love to help.
I showed up at a Beverly Hills boutique, Monique Llhuillier, which went all-out for a brave young woman.
What a funny scene: there I am under-dressed alpha male CNN producer with a gaggle of bridesmaids watching their girl try on wedding dresses in this upscale store.
Really cool to see how Dream Foundation hooked up Jessica, a stage four breast cancer patient, with an awesome wedding.
Hey, even a 25 dollar check helps out.
Multiply that times four other people donating the same amount and you have a good start on the snacks for the Quincieniera.
Know any cool D.J.s in So Cal?
Editor’s Note: Read Paul’s story on how the Dream Foundation helped a breast cancer patient plan her wedding.
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