"Stranger Things" star Noah Schnapp partnered with the Make A Wish foundation to deliver a Bahamas vacation to a young woman in Montreal.\nTwo videos of the encounter offer priceless views of her reaction.\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nThe Make A Wish foundation and Noah Schnapp have partnered up to make a Montreal local's dream come true. A few weeks ago, we reported that Noah Schnapp, who plays Will in Stranger Things, was in our city visiting his family. He was first spotted at the iconic Orange Julep. But instead of stuffing his face with French fries, this time around, he was changing lives. Chelsea is a West Island local living with lupus. When she had the chance to share a wish with the Make A Wish foundation, she told the organization that her dream was to go to the Bahamas. Of course, the foundation found a creative way to turn her dream into a reality. Chelsea is also slightly obsessed with the show Stranger Things. Her mother, Marisa, told MTL Blog that she made plans to binge-watch the entire 3rd season the day it came out. Marisa says that once the Make A Wish team found out Schnapp was in town, they thought he would be the perfect person to deliver news of the vacation.\nSchnapp surprised Chelsea at her home, and as you can see by the look on her face, this experience is one she will likely cherish for a lifetime.\nTwo videos offer priceless perspectives of the encounter.\nBest surprise ever. Noah Schnapp (Stranger Things) delivers a special surprise to Chelsea Petruzzo-Ferraro from Make A Wish Foundation!!!!!Posted by Marisa Petruzzo Ferraro on Sunday, September 29, 2019\nChelsea drops her arms when she sees the Stranger Things star at the door.\nNoah Schnapp with Make A Wish Foundation\nSchnapp was "amazing," says Chelsea's mother. He hung out with the family in their home and even Facetimed her friends with her.\nChelsea is thankfully in good health and I am sure she is looking forward to all that is to come in the future, including her epic Bahamas vacation.\nMarisa Petruzzo Ferraro\nSchnapp is Montreal's own claim to the hit Netflix show. Part of his family hails from the city and his visits never go unnoticed.\nMarisa Petruzzo Ferraro\nNetflix has confirmed that Stranger Things is coming back for a fourth season in 2020.\nStay tuned for more news!