Mar 21, 2016
An 11-year-old Kailua girl named Ella comes home to find a surprise of a lifetime. Her wish, to have a backyard treehouse, had come true.
Feb 12, 2016
The Garden Island Newspaper
The Make-A-Wish Hawaii Surf Camp with Bethany Hamilton granted the wishes of 13 children with life-threatening medical conditions from across the country on the shores of Kauai, at Hanalei Bay.
Jan 13, 2016
Nanakuli wish teen James miraculously overcomes devastating odds and recovers enough to go on a wish experience of a lifetime, to meet the Atlanta Falcons.
Dec 14, 2015
13-year-old Julie gets a surprise of a lifetime at Macy's Ala Moana for National Believe Day. Her wish to go to the Sapporo Snow Festival is being granted!
Dec 01, 2015
Hawaii News Nows
For Grace Kelso playing beach volleyball at the University of Hawaii was always something she only dreamed about.
Nov 20, 2015
Hawaii Business Magazine
The Make-A-Wish Foundation soared to the top of Charity Navigator’s Hawaii rankings, rising nine places on the strength of an incredible 44.2 percent growth in revenue.
Sep 23, 2015
Pacific Business News
Make-A-Wish Hawaii's new Young Leaders Board and Heroes for Hope Society are among new efforts by nonprofits to engage tomorrow's leaders.
Aug 10, 2015
Little Eva dreamed of coming to Hawaii, a magical land that’s home to a unicorn. That’s what she thinks of the islands, due to an uplifting children’s book. The Arizona toddler received a special trip here to make her dream come true, thanks to Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Aug 03, 2015
When she didn’t let losing an arm in a shark attack slow her down, Bethany Hamilton became a role model to young women, young surfers, aspiring adaptive athletes, and quite frankly anybody who can appreciate the human will to fight on. It’s a story that transcends surfing and has made Hamilton one of the most recognizable people to spend a life riding waves. These are things we all know. But it might be one of Bethany’s lesser known stories that’s the most touching of them all.
Jul 27, 2015
Pacific Business News
Make-A- Wish Hawaii is taking advantage of a demographic otherwise untapped by nonprofits — young professionals.
Studies have shown young professionals want to give their time, not money. Many of them have little of either to share, but there is a tremendous amount of interest, Make-A-Wish Hawaii has found.