More than 200 children with critical illnesses have attended the Super Bowl since 1982
Make-A-Wish recipient will enjoy VIP treatment during visit to Ottawa this week
December 10, 2018, OTTAWA – Aiden, 15, is a teenager with a passion for politics. When his heart condition made him eligible for a Make-A-Wish® experience, Aiden knew right away that he wanted to be the nation's leader.
On December 11, City Electric Supply (CES) hosted an event for staff, family and vendors in Vaughan, Ontario to celebrate A landmark achievement of raising $100,000 to Make-A-Wish Canada, an organization that helps grant wishes to kids with life-threatening medial conditions.
Toronto, Ontario – December 20, 2018 – Tis the season of giving and CSN shop owners across Canada have joined together to raise $175,000 for Make-A-Wish Canada to give children holiday miracles year-round.
On Nov. 5, Coffee Culture Café & Eatery will launch its annual holiday campaign in support of Make-A-Wish Canada. The All I Want campaign asks customers to write their wishes on Coffee Culture cups and post photos to Facebook, Instagram or Twitter using the hashtag #CCWishList. For every wish shared on social media from Nov.
From a very young age, Susan Lott Bernava has been deeply committed to charitable work in her community. It was in 2003 that she first heard of Make-A-Wish and began her journey as a volunteer wish granter in the Niagara region.
“I’m very much a people person,” Susan says. “Volunteering with Make-A-Wish is the perfect fit for me because I love working directly with families. Many of these children have been through traumatic events and it feels great to be able to help them find the happiness they deserve.”
With more than 65,000 participants across 15 events nationwide, Make-A-Wish Canada and 365 Sports are happy to announce that the Canadian 5K Foam Fest exceeded its fundraising goal for 2018. Through gear check, participant fundraising and donations, the 5K Foam Fest raised more than $90,000 for children living with critical illnesses across Canada.
Ledcor completed its 70th Anniversary celebrations by announcing a $500,000 corporate donation to the Make-A-Wish® Foundation through its various local chapters in Canada and the US. Ledcor had been marking its 70th Anniversary with a series of activi
Thanks to 575 participants across the country and generous supporters, Make-A-Wish® Canada is pleased to announce that its national signature fundraising event, Make-A-Wish Rope for Hope, raised $1.3 million in 2018.
Wendy has been a nurse practitioner in pediatric neurosurgery for 15 years and has spent 19 years working at Stollery Children’s Hospital in Edmonton. She has referred hundreds of children to Make-A-Wish, but Wendy’s connection to the wish-granting organization is especially personal. Her daughter, Olivia, has hydrocephalus, a condition in which there is a buildup of fluid in her brain. She was born 16 weeks premature and had bleeding in her brain. Olivia has now had 30 operations on her brain, 19 operations on her spine, and has spent 416 days of her life in hospital.