[VIDEO] 6-Year-Old Cancer-Stricken Child Has Make-A-Wish DENIED by HEARTLESS HOA

[VIDEO] 6-Year-Old Cancer-Stricken Child Has Make-A-Wish DENIED by HEARTLESS HOA

These are the kind of people that make me want to use them for target practice. Who the heck denies a dying little kid the gift of a playhouse? Are you guys serious? This is absolutely disgusting. BizPac Review reports:


An unyielding neighborhood homeowner’s association had no problems crushing the dream of a six year-old girl who is stricken with life-threatening cancer.

But overwhelming public pressure might be shaming it into surrender.

In Raymore, Mo., little Ella Schulz is in the fight of her life. Not only is she fighting cancer, but she’s also fighting the heartless cabal, which denied Make-A-Wish’s plan to build her a dream play house. The story was reported Wednesday by KCTV in Kansas City.

When Ella’s mother, Jennifer, asked her for her No. 1 wish, she said to beat cancer.

Then her mom asked what she would want beyond that.

“She said, ‘A house,’” her mother recalled. “‘I want a play one.’”

The Make-A-Wish Foundation worked to make the dream a reality. Construction company J.E. Dunn agreed to build the home in the Schulz’s back yard, and match the shingles to the other neighborhood homes.

But the Stone Gate Homeowner’s Association denied a building permit.

Schulz said, “Everything seemed to be going fine then we got a phone call: Your HOA will not approve it.”

Stone Gate HOA president Stacy Bayers refused to comment on the decision until the group had a chance to discuss the issue again. But in a cowardly move, the HOA removed the names and phone numbers of their members from the group’s website.

When asked why it is difficult to make an exception for Ella, Bayers responded, ”I’m not at liberty to discuss that. The proposed plan they’ve given us is a violation of our covenants.”

After the story aired though, a storm of protest broke out, with Twitter users proclaiming the “HOA ought to be ashamed!”

Late Wednesday night, the HOA issued a statement:

The board has met for the better half of the day and at this time we would like to release the following statement.

Our hearts are with Ella Schultz and her family as they battle this terrible illness. Our homeowners’ association board is committed to working with Make-A-Wish Foundation and J.E. Dunn to see if we can figure out a way to make Ella’s wish come true. The initial request from Make-A-Wish to place a barn-style shed was not accepted because the board did not have enough information to grant an exception to the subdivision’s covenants. In hopes of getting enough information, we are requesting an immediate meeting with Make-A-Wish and J.E. Dunn Construction to work out a solution in the most expeditious manner possible.

Their statement raises the question, if it weren’t for the light of press coverage, and Raymore city hall phones ringing off the hook, would they have been so eager to reconsider?

Some people consider violations of neighborhood building covenants to be more important than the violation of a sick little girl’s dreams.

Well, hopefully you jerks make a decision before poor little Ella isn’t around to enjoy it. I mean, you do realize this is for a little kid with CANCER, right? No rules are so important that they can’t be bet a little. Think about how awesome it must have been to be Ella’s mom and have to tell her in the hospital she may not get her playhouse. Get a heart.

You can donate to Ella on her gofundme.com page. She is really close to the goal, let’s help them pass it beyond wildest expectations!

Another way to help Ella is SHARE THIS STORY! The Twitter hashtag is #SaveEllasWish. Public shaming will get Ella her playhouse as soon as possible!


Written by Katie McGuire. Follow Katie on Twitter @GOPKatie


Writer, Blogger. Political aficionado. Addicted to all levels of government campaigns.

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