Make-A-Wish Vermont Ribbon Cutting Ceremony & Open House at new Location in Burlington’s Historic Maltex Building

On Saturday, November 7th at 5p.m., the CEO of Bond Auto Parts, Scott Bond will participate in a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate Make-A-Wish Vermont’s new home in the historic Maltex Building. For over a decade, via the BOND GIVES BACK program, Bond Auto Parts and their employees have donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to sponsor wishes to Vermont’s children facing life-threatening illnesses.

WHO: James Hathaway, President & CEO of Make-A-Wish Vermont, Scott Bond, President & CEO of Bond Auto Parts, Wish Kids, and supporters of Make-A-Wish Vermont.

WHAT:  Ribbon cutting ceremony and open house event. The open house will feature opening remarks from James Hathaway, CEO of Make-A-Wish Vermont, Wish Stories, and a performance from one of Make-A-Wish Vermont’s wish kids.

WHERE: 431 Pine Street, Suite 214, Burlington, VT 05401

WHEN: Ribbon cutting ceremony to take place at 5p.m., followed by the open house from 6p.m. to 9p.m.

WHY: The new home of Make-A-Wish Vermont, made possible by Bond Auto Parts is a magical space that will serve as the heart of the Make-A-Wish Vermont community. With beanbag furniture, vintage video games, natural wood floors and big windows letting in lots of sun, the new home of Make-A-Wish Vermont is a fun, inspiring location for children and families facing the most difficult of challenges.

Make-A-Wish Vermont

Make-A-Wish Vermont grants wishes to children with life-threatening medical conditions. A wish is often the turning point in a child’s recovery. Since 1989 Make-A-Wish Vermont has granted over 725 wishes.

For more information Contact:

Emily Young, Manager of Development and Communications
Phone: 802-864-9393, Ext.104