Proceeds from newly purchased and leased Subaru vehicles enable life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses
PHOENIX, March 18, 2020 /3BL Media/ - Make-A-Wish announced today that the organization has received a donation of more than $2.8 million from Subaru of America, Inc. through the 2019 Subaru Share the Love Event. As part of the twelfth annual event, from Nov. 14, 2019 to Jan. 2, 2020 Subaru donated $250 for every new Subaru vehicle purchased or leased to customers' choice of four participating national charities, including Make-A-Wish, or one of the retailer's selected hometown charities.
Club grants its 4th wish in 2019 with the Make-A-Wish Foundation to 12-year-old Jacob Brown; Signs him for a two-day contract to be a part of the team
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AEG’s LA Kings recently hosted its annual Hockey Fight Cancer™ Night, presented by Amgen's Breakaway from Cancer®, at STAPLES Center on Saturday, Nov. 23 in conjunction with the fulfillment of the club’s 4th wish granted through the Make-A-Wish Foundation in 2019.
AEG’s LA Kings recently teamed up with Make-A-Wish Foundation to host a one-of-a-kind birthday party for 11-year-old LA Kings fan Christiann Villa on Sept. 9 at Toyota Sports Performance Center in El Segundo, Calif.
U.S. wish-granting organization Make-A-Wish America is on a cloud journey to digitally transform the wish-granting experience for children with critical illnesses.
Grant a Wish or Upgrade? Wishes can’t wait for children battling critical illnesses. For these kids, a wish can help them feel better and give them the hope and strength they need to fight harder against an illness.
This is why Make-A-Wish wants to grant the wish of every eligible child – to ensure they experience the impossible. Currently, Make-A-Wish only has the resources to be able to grant wishes to half of the 27,000 children diagnosed with a critical illness.
For 11 years, Subaru of America, Inc. has donated $118 million to charity through its annual Share the Love Event, creating smiles and transforming the lives of thousands of people. Of those funds, Make-A-Wish® has received more than $16.4 million to grant more than 1,800 wishes.
CHERRY HILL, NJ – March 27, 2018 /3BL Media/ – Subaru of America, Inc. today announced its donation of $21.8 million to national and local charities as part of the 2017 Share the Love event. In celebration of the campaign’s tenth anniversary and automaker’s 50th anniversary in the U.S., Subaru did not place a cap on total contributions to its Share the Love charitable partners for the second consecutive year.
Whirlpool group raises money for charities, in its own way
BENTON HARBOR — Jasper Huff smiled when he was brought into a room where everyone was wearing Mickey Mouse ears.
The 3-year-old and his family were taken to the upstairs cafeteria at Whirlpool Corp.’s Riverview Campus on Thursday, where he was treated to a send-off party courtesy of the home appliance maker and the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
The cafeteria was transformed into a “glimpse of Disney” for a reason. Jasper had brain cancer and was 10 months into remission. He and his family were heading to Disney World where Jasper would meet Mickey Mouse.
Sometimes hope comes from unexpected places, like a child’s wish. Charlotte is a 9-year-old from Modesto, CA, who lives with a heart condition, gene mutation, and blindness in one eye. Like many kids her age, she enjoys ballet and gymnastics. But, from a young age, she’s also had the burden of many doctor appointments, hospital stays and surgeries.
On Tuesday, July 14, four Make-A-Wish® wish kids will attend the Major League Baseball All-Star Game in Cincinnati. Attending the event will be a wish come true for the boys who wished to witness baseball’s mid-season showcase in person. But this is just one of the many baseball related wishes that Make-A-Wish grants to children with life-threatening medical conditions every year.
Five children with life-threatening medical conditions from across the country had the same wish – to meet the Power Rangers. These kids had their wishes granted by Make-A-Wish® when they not only were named Junior Rangers, but also got the chance to join forces with the Power Rangers to defeat a team of villains who were trying to shut down Power Morphicon, a bi-annual Power Rangers fan-run convention in Pasadena, CA.