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Kasin's Wish is Granted Thanks to Pay it Forward Networking & KTBS

By Sherri Talley

Five year old Kasin Bazer has congenital hydrocephalus and cerebral palsy and he wants you to know about it.

Kasin was granted wishes through the nonprofit Pay It Forward Networking. His main wish is to raise awareness of his condition through interviews with the media. So, KTBS answered with a story and a VIP tour of the station. Kasin was interviewed about hydrocephalus. He saw how the robotic studio cameras operate. He even got a lesson on doing the weather from Meteorologist Joe Haynes.

KTBS learned of Kasin’s wish through Pay It Forward Networking’s Facebook page. “Our goal is to grant wishes through networking for children with special needs and disabilities and/or life threatening illnesses,” said Kassie Robinson. Robinson founded the nonprofit a year ago. “When we started, it was just going to be Louisiana, but it sort of just exploded and we’ve granted wishes for children all over the country,” said Robinson.

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