Make-A-Wish celebrated World Wish Day in Seattle by creating a super model.
Ken Griffey Jr., one of the most enthusiastic supporters of Make-A-Wish, is featured in a new book released this week called Wish Granted.
Five-year-old Jace Herbert weaved his way stealthily through the lingerie aisle at Fred Meyer West on Tuesday, drawing a quizzical look from a nearby shopper lucky enough to catch a glimpse of the sneaking young ninja.
Tiffani loves the Disney princesses, especially Ariel, so she decided on a family trip to Disneyland.
The Mariners continue a tradition of having a young fan run the bases to start the season with Avinash of Tacoma doing the honor.
10-year-old Avinash will get the baseball party started at the "Safe" with the ceremonial running of the bases.
Team Kaiser was honored to be chosen to be the Make-A-Wish foundation Iditarider this year. Connor was our rider this year and he really enjoyed himself and we were so happy to be a part of his Iditarod experience!
Iditarod mushers put a lot of thought into which dogs make up their team. Ten-year-old Lauren Rust picked her favorites based on how fluffy their tails are.
Shaline John, a life-long Seattle Seahawks fan, has a lot in common with her favorite team. Both had to fight, persevere and remain committed in order to attend Super Bowl XLVIII on Sunday.
When 12-year-old Shealeigh was given a wish by the Make-a-Wish Foundation she didn't want to go to Disneyland like all the other kids, she wanted to go to Alaska.
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