While Dylan was battling cancer, the Make-A-Wish Foundation was busy granting his wish.
Diagnosed with an inoperable tumor on his brain stem two years ago, football fan Max meets his favorite player at the Pro Bowl.
One of the things that makes 6-year-old Graysen unique is the very same thing that got him a total room makeover this weekend: Graysen has hemophilia.
Bradley McDougald showed off his special kicks in a social media video for Uninterrupted, explaining why he'll support Make-A-Wish with his shoes during Seattle's Sunday Night Football matchup with the Philadelphia Eagles at CenturyLink Field.
The most magical thing Markella wanted to see is the rainbow eucalyptus tree, so Make-A-Wish made that happen.
Sawyer, who is fighting leukemia, asked Make-A-Wish Alaska and Washington for a chicken coop and chickens. Sawyer likes to watch videos of chickens on YouTube when he’s undergoing chemotherapy.
Three-year old Sawyer was diagnosed with leukemia last summer. But for a moment, he forgot about all that, because Saturday was Sawyer's wish day.
Ten children from across the United States, each struggling with a life-threatening illness, all became 12s on Friday.
When we met 5-year old West, he was ready to ride. He set his skateboard down with a clunk so he could cruise free. He just needed a little help from his mom.
An 8-year-old boy from Woodland, Washington, has become an honorary rescue swimmer with the U.S. Coast Guard in Alaska.
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