12-Year-Old Girl With Cancer Receives Pink PC Via Make-A-Wish Foundation To Brighten Her Day

Make-A-Wish Foundation & Mansa Computers Help Fulfil Girl’s Wish Of Having Pink PC

Most children will grow up and lead a full life. However, there are some who may not be as fortunate, especially if an illness robs them of a normal life.

Organisations like Make-A-Wish Foundation are there to help brighten up the days of kids who are in such situations.

And a 12-year-old girl’s wish was granted through the help of several collaborators, including custom PC stores, peripheral brands, and even cosplayers.


Here’s the amazing story of how they put a bangin’ pink gaming setup together for this 12-year-old who has cancer.


Custom computer store builds pink-themed PC

Mansa Computers, a custom PC shop, was approached by Make-A-Wish Singapore to build a pink-themed PC.

The 12-year-old girl has a type of cancer – ewing sarcoma – and due to treatment is usually at the hospital or at home.

She’s only able to game with her friends online as she can’t see them in person, so she misses them terribly.

Besides gaming, her other passions are the colour pink, and Demon Slayer.

So what better way to make her day than to combine all 3?


Thanks to the help of brands like ASUS and AOC Monitors, the pink PC concept was made a reality.


Besides the keyboard, mouse, and headphones which had grey tones, just about everything else was pink.

Even the chair and table were pink.


The graphics card was also custom-sprayed to the girl’s favourite shade, completing the aesthetic.


Cosplayers help to build PC

Because the girl also adores Demon Slayer, Mansa Computers reached out to some of their friends, who are cosplayers.


DJ Haru cosplayed as Mitsuri Kanroji, while Rea Kami was dressed as Kocho Shinobu, who happens to be the girl’s favourite character.

Mansa Computers told MS News that they had gotten the cosplayers to build the pink PC for the girl. They even recorded the entire process in a video which they’re planning to share with her soon.

Since only 2 visitors are allowed during Phase 2 (Heightened Alert), a representative each from Make-A-Wish Singapore and Mansa Computers went to the girl’s home to deliver the PC.


MUSE SG also sent over a Demon Slayer gift pack that any fan would love to have.

You can watch the entire process of building the pink desktop here.

Wholesome experience

It’s truly heartwarming to see so many people and brands come together to fulfil a girl’s wish.

And they did it in style too — you’ll find few set-ups as gloriously pink as hers.

Kudos to Make-A-Wish Singapore and everyone else involved for helping out and making the girl’s day.

We hope that the girl continues to stay strong as she receives her treatment, and may the gaming gods favour her.

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