On August 3, 2022, AEG’s LA Galaxy made a wish come true for Richey, a 17-year-old teenager from Chicago, IL who flew to Los Angeles for the League Cups Showcase 2022 and attended both the LA Galaxy soccer match against Chivas de Guadalajara as well as the Los Angeles Football Club’s game against Club America. The double header games were held at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, CA and marked the first time the stadium has hosted soccer matches since the sports and entertainment complex opened in 2020.
FORT WORTH, Texas, April 22, 2021 /3BL Media/ — In honor of its 95th birthday, American Airlines is donating 10 million AAdvantage® miles to Make-A-Wish, the organization that creates life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses, to help grant 95 wishes. With each wish granted, a child replaces fear with confidence, anxiety with hope and sadness with joy.
While Allayah continues to build up her strength, her doctors say she isn’t quite ready to travel yet. So, Make-A-Wish® and partner, Subaru of America Inc., brought Paris to Allayah – with a French-inspired wish reveal. After surprising her at her home, Subaru escorted Allayah – complete in caravan-style – to the Wishing Place, Make-A-Wish Sacramento location, which was transformed to look like a Paris café. They went all out – inviting local fashion models, jugglers, a watercolor artist and even live-streaming a Paris fashion show.
Thanks to Subaru of America Inc., Make-A-Wish® hosted a special wish unveiling for Jaylah at North Park Subaru Dominion, which set aside part of their showroom for a community celebration featuring an exhibit of Jaylah's paintings during the annual Subaru Share The Love® Event. At the showing, it was also revealed that Jaylah and her family would be heading to California so Jaylah could showcase her artwork in an exhibit at Shoebox Projects, an experimental art space in LA.
New series of heartwarming advertising spots highlight how automaker strives to be “more than a car company”
CAMDEN, N.J., November 14, 2019 /3BL Media/ – Subaru of America, Inc. today released a new creative campaign to celebrate the launch of its 12th annual Subaru Share the Love® Event. The advertising campaign, airing nationally, authentically brings to life stories of those the automaker has impacted through the national charities which the Subaru Share the Love Event benefits: The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals® (ASPCA®), Make-A-Wish®, Meals on Wheels America and National Park Foundation.
Subaru donates more than $3.6 million to help grant life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses
PHOENIX, May 6, 2019, /3BL Media/ Make-A-Wish® has announced that the organization has received a $3.6 million donation through the 2018 Subaru Share the Love® Event. The donation is the largest amount that Subaru has generated for Make-A-Wish since becoming a national charity partner recipient eight years ago. Throughout the life of this relationship, Make-A-Wish has received a total of more than $20 million in donations through the Subaru Share the Love Event.
Subaru of America, Inc. recently announced the launch of the 10th annual Share the Love® Event which will, for the seventh year, benefit Make-A-Wish America. Funds raised through the automaker's Share the Love event will help grant more life-changing wishes to children with critical illnesses.
Did you know that every 37 minutes, on average, Make-A-Wish® grants a wish to child with a life-threatening medical condition? In 2014 alone, more than 27,000 dedicated volunteers helped grant more than 14,200 wishes – wishes like Madi’s.
Madi, 15, who has cancer, wished to have a modeling portfolio. Madi’s mom, Farnaz, says that the wish experience restored her daughter’s confidence.
10 years ago, Make-A-Wish® granted Bryce's wish to have a bass-fishing boat
More than ten years ago, Make-A-Wish® granted Bryce’s wish to have a bass-fishing boat. Now, Bryce is a 23-year-old graduate and still fondly recalls what his wish meant to him.
At 13, Bryce was in the hospital for chemotherapy treatments and missing the freedom of being outdoors and going fishing. He decided to purposefully schedule his wish day for the day after he finished chemotherapy. This way, he had something to look forward to while he was in the hospital.