On World Wish Day, 7-year-old Ellie Bloechl got the royal treatment around Anchorage, thanks to the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
A local high school athlete stricken with cancer is granted a very special wish. But instead of taking a trip somewhere or meeting his childhood hero, he decided to give back to the sport he loves so much.
16-year-old leukemia-stricken Kamiak High student chose to give back to his community.
Make-A-Wish pulled out its magic wand and granted local six-year-old Robbie a trip to Disney World.
If I happened to be a government official, I’d start tomorrow with a proclamation: “Whereas, the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Alaska and Washington is the coolest organization around...
Laura Shaw is like any other Port Orchard resident. But what makes her different is the time she spends making wishes coming true for children with life-threatening medical conditions.
Gwenn, 13, of Bellevue, who lives with life-threatening disorders of mitochondrial metabolism, has had her wish fulfilled to visit her favorite theme parks in Orlando, Fla., courtesy of UnitedHealthcare and Make-A-Wish.
Wish kid Marlee is featured during Eric Johnson's "Eric's Little Heroes" segment on KOMO 4 News.
Eleven-year-old Marlee Burkett will "Run the Bases" at Safeco Field as part of tonight's Seattle Mariners Opening Day Festivities.
The excitement of the Iditarod Ceremonial Start reverberated throughout downtown Anchorage.
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