Make-A-Wish is not solely a childhood cancer charity. We are a charity for children who are living with life-threatening illnesses. Make-A-Wish International is a worldwide recognized charity organization working with critically ill children to grant their wishes. Since 1980, we have been working to bring smiles to the faces of children whose childhood is not as carefree and joyful as it should be.
Our wishgranters coordinate with multiple donors and volunteers to ensure seamless execution of a child’s wish journey. The entire wishgranting process is conducted after consultation with the child’s health professional to ensure their safety. In this blog you will read more about the successes of Make-A-Wish raising awareness for childhood cancer.
Grant life-changing wishes
Our successes as a charity for childhood cancer
There are many children who are living with cancer. It can be difficult to face a life-threatening illness in childhood. Make-A-Wish International grants the wishes of eligible children.
The success of this charity is linked to the participation of the public. With the support of generous donors we get to bring smiles upon the faces of critically ill children. The wish journey has the power to give these children and their families an experience they will never forget. It enables them to create memories that will last a lifetime.
What you can do for the cause of childhood cancer
If you want to make a difference in the lives of children living with cancer, you can help the organization in several ways. You can stand with Make-A-Wish and offer your voluntary services in your country. Make-A-Wish International is working in around 50 countries, and you can volunteer and partner up with our Affiliate in your country.
You can also help us grant wishes by donating. By donating you are giving new hope and confidence to children who are living with critical illnesses, like cancer.
The wish journey
The wish journey of Make-A-Wish International started many years ago. The organization’s initiative is linked with the wish of a child named Chris Greicius. Chris wanted to be a police officer.
On 29th April 1980, Chris became a police officer for one day. At that time, the authorities in charge helped him in fulfilling his wish. He wore an officer uniform and took charge of a police station for a day. Since Chris’ wish day, Make-A-Wish International has been granting the wishes of seriously ill children globally. Now internationally, World Wish Day is celebrated every 29th April.
Help us grant wishes for critically ill children
You can help us grant wishes to critically ill children by donating today. Moreover, you can offer your services by volunteering for Make-A-Wish. When you volunteer, you make a direct impact in the lives of our wish children and their families.
To help us grant the wishes of critically ill children across the world, you can support us by donating today. Transform the lives of children living with a life-threatening illness, and donate today.
Grant life-changing wishes