Oct. 18, 2016, TORONTO – The inspiring dream of a young Toronto woman, whose wish is to speak at WE Day, will come true on Nov. 3, with the help of Make-A-Wish® and WE.
Sept. 6, 2016, GEORGIAN BAY – 365 Sports, Inc. and Adventurey, LLC., organizers of the 2016 Obstacle Course Racing World Championships (OCRWC), the premier independent championships serving the burgeoning sport of Obstacle Course Racing, have announced a new partnership with Make-A-Wish® Canada in support of their efforts to grant the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy.
Sept. 18, 2016, MONTREAL – Make-A-Wish® / Fais-Un-VœuMD Québec has just wrapped up its 10th edition of the 48-HOUR RIDE at the Gilles-Villeneuve circuit in Montreal. After beating the $1 million mark in 2012, we have just raised $1,906,000, once again exceeding the ambitious set goal of $1.5 million. The event attracted more than 1 700 participants from all over Quebec for a 48-hour bike relay.
August 9, 2016, TORONTO – Sheraz Asghar is no stranger to extreme physical challenges or adventure races, hence his latest quest to cycle and run 6,200 kilometres across the country in support of his charity of choice, Make-A-Wish®.
Seven years of fan and partner generosity exceeds half-million-dollars
July 7, 2016, TORONTO – Participants across Canada that register for Make-A-Wish®Rope for Hope, Presented by Canadian Western Bank, this year and raise $3,000 or more before Oct. 31, will be entered in a draw to win a one-week vacation for two to London, England.
One lucky fan takes home a Canadian-built Honda Civic sedan
TORONTO, ON (July 4, 2016) – Spirited Toronto Blue Jays fans packed the sold out Rogers Centre for Canada Day presented by Honda. Three lucky Toronto Blue Jays fans won fabulous Honda prizes, giving them even more reason to celebrate the day.
Matt Gallagher of Brampton, Ontario appropriately won a brand new Canadian-built 2016 Honda Civic EX sedan on Canada Day, while Maureen Beaumont of Utopia, Ontario and Annalee Kirk of Keswick, Ontario each took home a Honda lawnmower.
Four years ago, Make-A-Wish® Toronto & Central Ontario helped bring magic to a four-year-old boy suffering from a life-threatening heart condition, whose wish was to become a firefighter. At that time, no one realized the ripple effect this gesture would have on an entire community.