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On average, Wishing Star grants 40 wishes each year. Every week in our service area, another child is being diagnosed with a life-threatening condition.


In June , a Circle of Friends Monthly Giving campaign was created to increase our outreach so that every child is being found and served. Over the past 33 years, over 1, wishes have been granted. Wishes are unique and different to every child. Some examples of more common wishes include Disneyworld, therapy rooms, van lifts, and swimming with dolphins.

Wishing Star funds wishes through fundraisers, individual and business contributions, and planned giving.

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Eighty-six percent of every dollar donated to Wishing Star goes directly to granting wishes. A feeling that one would like to have or do something or to see something happen; a desire, longing, or strong inclination for a specific thing.

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An expression of a desire, longing, or strong inclination: carried out the wishes included in the will. An expression of desire for the happiness or success of another: sent me his best wishes. Something desired or longed for: finally got his wish to see the ocean.

To long for; want. See Synonyms at desire. To feel or express a desire for: I wish them good luck. He wished her good night. To order, entreat, or request: I wish you to go. I wish it to be known that I disagree.

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To desire something bad to happen to someone: I would not wish such an illness on anyone. To have or feel a desire: wish for a successful outcome. Usage Note: Wish is widely used as a polite substitute for want with infinitives: Do you wish to sit at a table on the terrace? Anyone who wishes to may leave now.

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This usage is appropriate for formal style, where it is natural to treat the desires of others with exaggerated deference.