How can I get in touch with Make-A-Wish?
More ways to connect Call the Make-A-Wish team on 1800 032 260 – we’re here to chat between 8:30am and 5pm weekdays. Tag us @makeawishAust to join the conversation on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn or Twitter.
How does Make-A-Wish grant wishes?
The wishes are granted through Make-a-Wish’s 61 local chapters across the country. After a child is referred and deemed eligible, Make-a-Wish sends paperwork to the child’s treating physician to verify the medical condition. Make-a-Wish now sees its role as a step in the healing process rather than as a final wish.
Is Make-A-Wish legit?
The Make-a-Wish Foundation is a well-respected charity that also aims to grant the wishes of children with terminal and life-threatening illnesses. Still, it often fields complaints from people who donated to similar sounding charities.
What services does Make-A-Wish provide?
Wish Granting The mission of the Make-A-Wish Foundation is to create life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses. The children we serve are fighting for their lives, and their families are doing everything that they can to help them in their battles.
What can you not wish for in Make-A-Wish?
We’re sorry that we’re currently unable to grant the following wishes: Garden makeovers and outdoor spaces. Summerhouses / sheds. Electrical and building renovations.
What can you not wish for in make a wish?
What can a make a wish kid not wish for?
Make-a-Wish will not require anyone to get vaccinated to receive a wish. “Any child fighting a critical illness is eligible for Make-a-Wish. While it does not reflect the majority of children we serve, we do occasionally serve children whose medical provider has determined that the child will not survive their illness.
What is the age limit for Make-A-Wish?
Make-A-Wish does not grant wishes to adults older than 18. Read more about our specific eligibility requirements. Other wish-granting organizations serve those older than 18.
What can a Make-A-Wish kid not wish for?