Braylynn, survivor of four open-heart surgeries, is seeing her wishes come true with the help of Zones, Inc.
With the help of the Build-A-Bear Workshop, local children from the Make-A-Wish program created Valentine’s Day gifts for other wish kids.
A 14-year-old boy from Olympia got the surprise of his life when he was called to the principal’s office.
When Make-A-Wish granted 3-year-old Juniper’s wish to go to Disneyland, they let her best friend Violet, who previously had her own wish granted, give her the news. Violet’s message is so full of joy and love that your heart might burst.
Sam died five years ago at age 13, but his legacy survives in the lives and dreams of his brother, sister and mother. This is Sam’s story, and the stories of four other Make-A-Wish kids.
A 13-year-old from Olympia and his family got a special treat today thanks to two West Texas oil companies and Make-A-Wish.
12-year-old Matthew, who is confined to a wheelchair, was granted his wish by Make-A-Wish as he attended the Seahawks’ practice and got to meet Russell Wilson, again.
While he’s battled serious kidney disease for 12 years, 15-year-old Sam is working to make the holidays a little brighter for other children fighting their own medical challenges.
Marc’s original compositions are featured on Starbucks in-house music mix alongside established artists such as Nora Jones, Fiona Apple, Jack Johnson and Sarah McLachlan.
The Make-A-Wish Foundation works to make dreams come true for children across the U.S. facing life-threatening illnesses.
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