“You Are Loved.” Jonas Brothers Inspire Make-A-Wish Kids In Sweet Video.

While the novel coronavirus pandemic has affected everyone, it’s been especially difficult for those who are more vulnerable. Not to mention, social distancing means sick children have to wait indefinitely for their dreams to come true with the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

The Jonas Brothers are among the millions staying at home, and they wanted to make sure these wonderful kids know they’re still there for them. That’s why they’re spending their time in quarantine brightening children’s days!

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As longtime Make-A-Wish supporters, Joe, Nick, and Kevin wanted to make sure every child could feel their love from afar. So they joined the Messages of Hope program by sending in a sweet video of their own.

“We know a lot of these wishes have been canceled with everything that’s been going on, but we just hope you know that you are loved and we think you guys are the greatest,” Kevin said. “Keep up everything you’re doing. You’re the strongest in the world.”


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“Whatever brings you happiness, that’s the thing to focus on right now,” Nick added. As for Joe, he said, “I hope this video brings you some joy, like all the Make-A-Wish kids bring me and my brothers so much joy when we get to meet you.”

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As if we needed another reason to love the Jonas Brothers! What a thoughtful way to show these kids they care. Learn how you can get involved with the Messages of Hope initiative here.

Listen to the Jonas Brothers’ heartwarming message in the video below, and share the love with your friends. For more stories of joy and hope, check out the Coronavirus Good News Dashboard.


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