To a child battling a critical illness, a wish can feel like a dream.
[I wish to train with astronauts, Addison, 8, Wilms Tumor]
But with your help, it isn’t out of reach.
Wishes are an important part of medical treatment.
[I wish to be a cowgirl, Kionna, 10, cancer]
A chance for kids to see themselves stronger.
[I wish to be a football player, Adam, 13, nervous system disorder]
To see that the impossible is possible.
[I wish to swim with mermaids, Yaretzi, 9, liver transplant]
Wishes can give kids the strength to fight.
[I wish to be a dinosaur, Hunter, 5, leukemia]
To get better.
[15 years ago, I wished to be a firefighter, Ezra, genetic disorder]
To grow up.
Where there’s a wish, there’s a way.