Make A Wish

The make a wish foundation is a nonprofit organization founded by the United States that arranges experiences to children with life threatening illnesses.

Make  a wish operates in 45 other countries around the world, other than the U.S. The child has to be of age 2 through 18 at the time of the application submitted. There are specifics and a process of granting a child a wish. They must be refereed by a source, a guardian, mentor, or doctor. The child’s treating doctor can be sure the child is healthy to be eligible.

“The mission of Make-A-Wish is to grant the wishes of children with life threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience, with hope, strength, and joy.”
-Make a Wish

How much does a wish cost make a wish?

The average cost of a wish is $10,130.

How many wishes does make a wish grant in a year?

Nationally, its granted over 285,000 wishes, and currently grants a wish every 34 minutes.

How many countries is make a wish in?

Today, make a wish has 39 affiliates, serving children in nearly 50 countries on 5 continents.

What celebrity has granted the most wishes?

John Cena granted his 500th wish in 2015.

Macy’s has donated more than $100 million since 2003.

There is a limit to the wish you can make. They can practically make every wish, but anything with firearms or hunting. And no, you cannot wish for unlimited wishes.

My personal experience with wish hasn’t been very eventful. I have thought about what I would do for many years, and I l’ve to travel so I want to go to Australia and possibly New Zealand. The last time I was at my hospital I talked about it with my social worker and she said to ask for the most because the limit can go farther than you think. The experience is different for everyone, especially depending of the age. I know for my wish I wanted to wait til I was older, so I would remember it, and I wouldn’t regret my decision.

It takes awhile to have a wish granted, sometimes a year, sometimes more, it depends.

That’s all for now, bye.

 

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