#TBT to one of Taiwan’s first wishes in 1994: On Hung’s wish day, he was so excited that he forgot about all of his pain. When hundreds of soldiers welcomed him with applause, Hung got out of his wheelchair, walked up to the stage and saluted the soldiers – an experience that left him and his family joyful. Hung passed away shortly after, but his mother expressed that through Make-A-Wish her... View details ⇨
My experience visiting Langkawi Island has become one of my fondest memories as it was the first time I had the opportunity to travel. The wish has been a fond memory for myself and my family and it is a memory that I will cherish." - Adli, Wish Child
When wish kids are granted a wish, they get more than just a great experience for a day, two days, or a week. That experience improves the quality of life for them and their entire family long into the future.
Medical professionals say the wish experience can improve their patients’ state of mind, their willingness to comply with treatment requirements, and their response to treatment and their physical health.
“I cannot explain my happiness in words. I am very thankful to you because I think I won’t get this chance again in my life. Your work is so wonderful, not only for me but many patients like me. I forgot my pain only because of you.” - Wish Child
Enise's new smile is bound to help you beat the Monday blues! Not only did Enise's wish for braces change her smile, but her life as she moves forward with renewed self-confidence that she can beat her illness and any other obstacles that stand in her way.
In 2016, your support transformed the lives of millions by providing unforgettable wish experiences to children, families and communities across the globe. Together, we look forward to continuing to change the lives of children with critical illnesses in 2017! Happy New Year!
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