‘Wishes for Wyatt’ Benefit for Endicott Newborn with Cancer this Saturday
A few months back some local restaurants teamed together to help benefit Wyatt Archer-Forbes Plew of Endicott and his battle against cancer.
Another way to help this newborn happens this Saturday, December 1.
A chicken parmesan and pasta benefit meal for Wyatt will be held at the American Legion at 118 Jenson Road in Vestal.
Along with over 200 baskets donated to the benefit, Santa will be in attendance! Live music, a silent auction, and raffles will also take place benefiting Wyatt's family in this trying time.
Wyatt Archer-Forbes Plew of Endicott was born on October 9, 2018 with Neuroblastoma.
According to the American Cancer Society, Neuroblastoma starts in certain, very early forms of nerve cells found in an embryo or fetus and occurs most often in infants and young children.
Wyatt is currently undergoing treatment at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. His parents have both left their jobs in order to stay by Wyatt's side.
A new goal of $50,000 has been set on 'Wishes for Wyatt' GoFundMe page.
You can also follow the Endicott baby's progress on the 'Wishes for Wyatt' Facebook page.
What: Benefit Dinner for Wyatt Plew
When: 1 p.m. Saturday, December 1
Where: American Legion, 118 Jenson Road, Vestal
Cost: $10; children 3 and under free