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Granting 'One Wish' at a time  

January 14, 2021

It started with one cake made from scratch and gifts bought with her babysitting money. Now Hannah Finn's One Wish Project is on the way to providing happy birthdays to more than 250 children.

Hannah Finn Honored for Outstanding Volunteer Service at Award Presentation

When Hannah entered high school, she wanted to start challenging herself in many different ways. One way was to get involved in community service. She was aware of the Lazarus House in Lawrence and understood that the children who live there probably get very little for their birthday, if anything at all.

Teen LEVELS UP with *BIRTHDAY CAKES* for homeless kids

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#HeroAmongUs

Hannah Finn believes everyone should feel special on their birthday. At 14-yrs-old Hannah launched the One Wish Project, a nonprofit that delivers birthday party supplies to kids living in homeless shelters. To date, our @MAStateLottery

#HeroAmongUs has raised $14K+!

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2018 Spreading Smiles Award Winner

Hannah Finn

When Hannah entered high school, she wanted to start challenging herself in many different ways. One way was to get involved in community service. She was aware of the Lazarus House in Lawrence and understood that the children who live there probably get very little for their birthday, if anything at all.

Heroes Among Us

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Red Cross Honors Local Heroes

MARCH 28, 2018

 

Heroes take action to benefit others. All kinds of heroes are being honored today at the DoubleTree by Hilton Boston North Shore in Danvers, where the Northeast Massachusetts Chapter of the American Red Cross is holding its annual Community Heroes Breakfast.

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Making sure everyone gets a birthday party

December 21, 2017

It started out as a hobby and ended up being a labor of love.

Hannah Finn, 14, had always liked baking. But then she found out that some homeless children staying at Lazarus House in Lawrence sometimes had birthdays without cake.

5 for Good: Andover high school student bakes birthday cakes for kids in shelters

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Kudos to selfless acts of two, local people

August 24, 2017

In belated response to two heart-warming articles published in the Aug. 3 Townsman, the first about a young teen who bakes birthday cakes for homeless children and the second about a local hairdresser who volunteers her time to give free haircuts to troubled children residing at a group home.

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Hannah's Cakes

August 24, 2017

 

Hannah Finn never expected to get into the cake making business. Up until last spring, the 14-year-old spent most of her free time performing on the school gymnastics team, and playing with her two dogs, three cats, and fish. Then, her mother, Claudia Mintz, mentioned that it was time for her Hannah to begin her community service project, which Mintz believes fosters independent thinkers.

Hannah Finn Interview Exceptional Women

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Cakes for kids: A tasty way to pay it forward

Aug 3, 2017

It started out as a hobby and ended up being a labor of love.

Hannah Finn, 14, had always liked baking. But then she found out that some homeless children staying at Lazarus House in Lawrence sometimes had birthdays without cake.