So, what's your story? A Make-A-Wish® experience changes the lives of kids with life-threatening medical conditions, strengthens families and brings communities together. Now you can share your favorite wish stories with friends and family.
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Meet Jamerika, a former Make-A-Wish staffer, a wish-granting volunteer and a legacy donor.
“To me, Make-A-Wish means hope and I think it’s really important to find ways to find joy and hope,” she says.
You, too, can leave a lasting impact. Including Make-A-Wish Alaska and Washington in your retirement plan, life insurance policy, will or trust is easy. Contact Asa Tate, senior director, mission advancement, at 206.588.8960 or firstname.lastname@example.org to get started today.
Read more about Jamerika here: http://akwa.wish.org/wishes/wish-stories/wishes-possible/donors/jamerika-haynes
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RT @nipunad: Happy birthday, angel Mei Mei
Amelie Vasanti Rue
💛💙She would have been 14 today.
Pics from her @MakeAWishAKWA trip.…
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