Make-A-Wish, a nonprofit catered toward granting wishes for children with illnesses, welcomed the newest addition to its Hawaii chapter, Chief Development Officer Madalyn Kenney, in August.
Make-A-Wish® Hawaii recently partnered with Honolulu-based luxury interior design firm Philpotts Interiors to grant the wish of a 10-year-old Hilo girl.
Make-A-Wish Hawai‘i’s Young Leaders Board hosted its second annual Wine for Wishes event at ‘Alohilani Resort Waikīkī Beach.
On a national level, Make-A-Wish® and Disney have had a longstanding partnership in making life-changing wishes come true for children battling critical illnesses.
One local wish child is 18-year-old Angelica of Honolulu, who is fighting a heart condition and wished to be a recording artist. Angelica recently worked with local musician and producer Imua Garza to write, record, and release her very own single, which she titled, “Make a wish.”
The game is to help educate the local community on the history and mission of Make-A-Wish Hawaii through a fun trivia game.
The 2nd Annual Wine for Wishes is on June 22, 2019 at Alohilani Resort Waikiki Beach.
The 13-year-old has a rare condition that qualified him for a liver transplant.
Dr. Jeremy Edwards and Hawaii wish kid Seth talked about the impact and tangible medical benefits wishes can bring in a child's medical journey.
A 13-year-old Iolani School student — and aspiring EMT — battling a liver disorder got a big surprise Monday.
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