Boy smiling on slide

I wish to have a farm playset

Gabriel, 3

congenital cardiac condition

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Change the Lives of the Kids We Serve

The wish experience serves a unique, vital role in helping strengthen and empower children battling critical illnesses. With your support,  Make-A-Wish® will continue to make life better for these kids and their families.

You have the power to make wishes come true well beyond your lifetime. By including a gift to  Make-A-Wish in your estate plan, you help ensure that we can continue to give hope, strength and joy to future generations of children with critical illnesses. This type of gift, called a planned gift, is a way to balance your financial goals and create a legacy that will impact wish kids for years to come.

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