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Muise family

Jack,
Well it is official. Presenting Riley Griffith Muise, the inn is officially FULL, or we need a bigger inn. Thanks for all you do. Chris, Bonnie, Christopher, TJ, Lee and Riley Muise full


Update on the French family triplets and their sister. Read Vincent French's letter.

Letter from a former Wednesday's Child
Jack & Marci,
Hi, my name is Marcie Taylor Ambrose (Born Marcie Sue Taylor, Adopted Marcie Taylor Malloy), my brothers and I were featured on Wednesday's child in 1990 (I think, either that or 89'). Barbara Shaw and Donald Malloy saw us on Wednesday's Child in Sturbridge Village and said, "that's them!! more


Jack Williams named an Angel in Adoption by Congress after being nominated by
Senator Ted Kennedy
The award is from the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute
letter | Kennedy nomination

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Come Join Us Saturday July 19th, 2014

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC & ALL FITNESS LEVELS

The Metro SWAT Officers Association (MSOA) and Gillette Stadium are excited to announce their 2014 Fitness Challenge to raise money to provide for children in need. Please get your team ready and help us reach our ambitious fundraising goals.

Building on the success of the 2013 event we decided to organize a fitness challenge that would be open to the public, with the proceeds being donated to worthy causes throughout New England by partnering with the New England Patriots Charitable Foundation, Jack Williams' Wednesday's Child and the Special Olympics Massachusetts. This year the MSOA and Gillette Stadium will once again be hosting this overnight fitness challenge at Gillette Stadium, starting at 10:00p.m. on Saturday July 19th and finishing at 10:00a.m. on Sunday 20th. This year's event will not be restricted to first responders, but it will be limited to 100 teams, each team consisting of between 10 and 15 participants. Each team will be required to raise a minimum of $10,000 in order to take part in the challenge. MSOA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS YEAR’S
CHALLENGE!



Wendy's Customers Raise $180,000
For Wednesday's Child!

Another successful year for the Wendy's Wednesday's Child coupon campaign.  Jack was on hand in Westford, MA. Tuesday, March 25th, at the Wendy's managers rally.  He was given a check for $180,000 for Wednesday's child, the amount raised by customers buying $1 coupon books at Wendy's stores in Massachusetts and New Hampshire.  Over the years, Wendy's has raised more than $3-million for Wednesday's Child.


Wednesday’s Child 33rd year! 

Photo by: Rick MacComber

Here, Jack takes 6 year old Donnie to Ironstone Farm in
Andover to tape a segment.  Wednesday’s Child is seen
every Wednesday’s night on the 6:00 news on WBZ-TV.



CONGRATULATIONS!
Jack & Marci Williams were selected by the Board of Trustees and Board of Directors to receive Spaulding Youth Center’s 9th annual You’ve Got a Friend Award, presented Oct. 17th 2013 at their 55th annual celebration.


Update on former Wednesday's Child TJ

Jack: Just wanted to keep you up to date on TJ. He is doing fabulous and as you can see he is following in his big brothers football cleats. Thanks for all you do for special little guys like TJ.

They completed the mission, 9-0 undefeated winning their Super Bowl Saturday 16-6 over Amesbury. This little guy never stops amazing us. All the best, Chris and Bonnie Muise



IL CAPRICCIO DINNER PASSES THE $1,000,000 MARK FOR WEDNESDAY'S CHILD
For the 13th year in Oct. 2013, Chef Rich Barron welcomed Wednesday's Child to his top-rated restaurant in Waltham. Supporters and our friends at Bank of America contributed $100,000, bringing the accumulated total to over a million dollars. read more / photos



Continuing a proud tradition of recognizing people or groups that have made Waterville Valley Resort the very special place it is, the 2nd annual Waterville Valley Hall of Fame induction awards ceremony and dinner took place on Saturday, April 6th at the Waterville Valley Conference Center.

The 2013 class of inductees included honorees that have had a significant and long term impact on the legacy of Waterville Valley.
Jack and Marci Williams, hosted the Jack Williams Race for Wednesday’s Child for the last 27 years. read more

Remarks by Tom Corcoran at the Induction of Marci and Jack Willians into the Waterville Valley Hall of Fame - April 5, 2013


Many thanks to
Yankee Magazine

for another year of helping
Wednesday's Child!



Ann Finucane with John Collins

ANN FINUCANE; SPECIAL FRIEND OF WEDNESDAY’S CHILD
Over the years Ann Finucane has helped raise money for Wednesday’s Child and special needs adoption.  Ann, an official at Bank of America, had directed contributions from Bank of America as well as other sources to help provide care and eventually adoptive homes for these children.  She has done so quietly, with dignity and compassion.  She is shown in the picture with John Collins a member of the Wednesday’s Child board and treasurer of the Jack and Marci Williams Endowment for Wednesday’s Child. 


The 30th Anniversary of Wednesday’s Child Celebration at Jordan’s Furniture in Reading with Jack & Marci Williams - Slide Show
 
Special Tribute to Jack Williams

Congressional Record Tribute to Jack Williams

Letter from Senator Scott Brown

From the desk of
Jack & Marci Williams
read letter here

 

On November 6, 2011 Jack celebrated 30 years of Wednesday’s Child with a big party at Jordan’s Furniture for former Wednesday’s Children and their families. Over the years 1,032 children have been featured, and many have found their forever home. He also recieved a letter and a special tribute from Senator Scott Brown. See them both here.
Letter from Senator Scott Brown
Congressional Record Tribute

 




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Yankee


Waterville Valley

WBZ-TV

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For 20 years, American Airlines has been the official carrier of Wednesday’s Child and has helped raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for special needs adoption.



 


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