Once upon a time, there were six extraordinary third-grade students with hearts as big as their imaginations. Their names were Andreas, Athanasios, Beckett, Leon, Peter, and Vasilis. Inspired by the magic of the season, they hatched a plan to spread joy far beyond the walls of their school.

Driven by a desire to make a difference, the students decided to organize a comic book sale for the ACS Athens PTO Holiday Bazaar. But they weren't just in it for the thrill of creating. They had heard about the amazing work done by the organization Make-A-Wish, an organization dedicated to making dreams come true for children facing critical illnesses. Inspired by the stories of hope and resilience, the students set a noble goal for their comic book sale: to make a child's wish come true.

The day of the Holiday Bazaar arrived, and the students proudly displayed their hand-crafted creations. The response from the community was overwhelming. Every single copy of their comic books had been sold. They had not only shared their stories but also planted the seeds of generosity and kindness.

The success of their sale translated into a whopping 118 euros in profits. Without a moment's hesitation, the students decided to donate the entire sum to Make-A-Wish. The student’s initiative and donation made such an impression on the General Manager of the Make a Wish Foundation, Sandra Zafirakopoulou, that she decided to visit the students at their school to thank them personally.

Thus, on Thursday, December 14, three representatives from the Make-a-Wish Foundation came to ACS Athens. As a token of appreciation, three of the students’ comic books were laminated and displayed in the Elementary School Library for all students to read, listing the names of the students and immortalizing their acts of kindness.