Brenden Foster is only 11 years old, but his time to die has come.
No more chemo, no more transfustions, no more treatment…just comfort medications.

In these last days of his life, while returning from a clinic appointment, he saw a homeless encampment. It captured his heart.

He was concerned whether they had food to eat. His mother says he’s always cared deeply about others.

He was once an active little boy, filled with adventure and the hopes of growing up to be a marine photographer. But his leukemia is now taking away his life.

Brenden has one other dying wish – to become an angel to help even more people.

Is it only the dying, or the very young, who can see the defining moment as it really is?

The purest of truth – that there are hungry, suffering people, and even as he is dying, that more importantly, he be concerned for others?

  • A FATHER

    DEAR BRENDON,
    I WISH I COULD HAVE KISSED THE TEARS FROM YOUR EYES.
    NOT BEING A RELIGIOUS PERSON, I BELIEVE SOMETHING IS OUT THERE AND WILL GIVE YOU WHAT YOU DID NOT HAVE HERE…EVERYTHING YOU EVER COULD HAVE WISHED.
    YOUR PLACE IN MY HEART IS FOREVER.
    FAREWELL FROM A MAN WHO WISHES HE COULD HAVE MET YOU.

  • Satish

    God Bless You. You will live forever in my heart. I wish I could have been there to Kiss Your Tears.

  • nicole

    I saw this on the new last night and this story touch my heart. Brendon your star is in heaven.
    I truly wish I had met you.

  • smitha

    God bless you Brendan. I wish i could had a chance to meet you to hug you and kiss your tears and to fullfill all your wishes . May God always bless you and in the heaven you will be hugged and kissed and pampered by god . And dear brendan you are the true angel for the world and for me you are my hero my angel. Love you for ever and bless you always. God bless you.