The Snyder fourth-grade student, who has battled heart and other health problems since birth, requested a shopping spree for her wish. Saturday will be her big day.
Some of Snyder's "wish grantors" will accompany the girl and her family to the South Plains Mall in Lubbock early Saturday morning. The first stop will be the grand opening of Rooms to Go.
In a December interview, Martinez said she wished to purchase clothes, a pair of boots and an iPad2. Health problems keep the girl homebound except for attending Snyder Elementary School. Also, she is not allowed to play outdoors.
She has already been through two heart surgeries and requires frequent check-ups.
The Snyder community embraced Martinez and her family once word spread of her medical situation and that she had been accepted by the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Last month, Snyder Cinema I and II opened its doors for a private screening of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part I for Martinez, her family and a few friends.
Other businesses, individuals and Calvary Baptist Church donated items to help enhance the experience.
She and her family arrived at the theater in a limousine and walked the red carpet leading into the theater.
Martinez is the daughter of Monte and Tabitha Silvas. She has two older brothers, David and Brandon.