Oct 17, 2018
Richard K. Davis announced as new CEO of Make-A-Wish America
Sep 22, 2018
Sep 19, 2018
For Levi’s wish, he signed a one-day contract with his favorite baseball team, the San Diego Padres.
"Right after his last surgery,” his mom said, “I remember him getting home, and the first thing he was excited to do was watch the Pads."
Check out Levi’s day of fun.
Jul 27, 2018
WGN – Chicago
At the age of 2, Annabelle was diagnosed with a rare, untreatable nervous system disorder. Today, the 5-year-old can be found playing outdoors with her dogs. Thanks to a community of volunteers, Annabelle now has a place to hang out with her furry friends.
Jul 21, 2018
CBS 12 – Boca Raton, Fla.
Naomi loves everything about mermaids. Her wish to swim with them, and the hope of receiving her very own pink fins, kept her strong. “This day means a lot,” her mom said, “to see her happy.”
Jul 06, 2018
FOX 61 – Hartford, Conn.
After waiting two-and-a-half years, through treatments and open-heart surgery, Jack knew exactly what his wish would be: To thank the Town of Prospect by throwing party for everyone who supported him and his family during his journey with cancer.
May 09, 2018
KAMC News – Lubbock
On the first Saturday in May, two groups of kids raised money, selling lemonade and snacks, to grant life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses. KAMC’s Sandra Eichenberg reports on the students who are transforming lives.
May 09, 2018
WCVB – Boston
Nick’s love for the Shark Rocket Vacuum led to his wish to go to SharkNinja headquarters in Boston. CEO Mark Rosenzweig and dozens of employees greeted Nick for his daylong tour, which included visits with the Industrial Design team and Engineering technicians. After lunch, Nick starred in an informercial taping with Rosenzweig as his co-host.
Apr 16, 2018
Boston 25 News
John is a history buff who plays drums.
The teen from Anchorage traveled across America to be a drummer in a Revolutionary War reenactment. John chose Massachusetts because it is “where it all began."
On a rainy and windy morning, John marched and played for more than two miles with dozens of Acton, Lexington and Concord Minutemen.