Kids for Wish Kids® is a Make-A-Wish® program that enables students to discover philanthropy by selecting their own fundraising project and managing it from start to finish.
Students develop leadership skills, build self-esteem, learn the joy of giving and learn about teamwork while working towards a goal, making a difference in the life of a child who is fighting overwhelming odds.
You can try one of these ideas or devise a project on your own!
Download a Kids for Wish Kids packet for K - 12th grade students and get started today!
For more information or questions, please contact the Donor Relations Manager at 800.304.9474.
Girl Scout Troop 43985 fundraised to help make wishes come true!
Thirteen-year-old Aurele requested donations for Make-A-Wish instead of birthday presents this year.
Kaitlyn raised funds for Make-A-Wish by organizing a car wash for her senior project.
Inspired after receiving his own wish, Casey hosted a bowling fundraiser for Make-A-Wish.Watch his story on KING 5
Chirag and Amol raised $1,000 for Make-A-Wish by hosting a cupcake decorating fundraiser.
Students at Hutchison High School are restoring a truck to auction in honor of classmate Zane.
Ready to get started? Review the Kids for Wish Kids® Toolkit for ideas and what to expect.
Let us know about your project by submitting the Kids for Wish Kids® agreement.
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Work directly with wish children to grant their wishes. We are especially in need of volunteers in Anchorage, Longview, Olympia, Spokane, Tacoma, Tri-Cities, Wenatchee and Yakima.
Read wonderful wish stories and learn more about local activities and accomplishments happening right here in Alaska and Washington.