How to help children to make-a-wish

For the second year, Myleene Klass has joined forces with Fairy and Make-A-Wish Foundation® UK to launch the latest campaign to encourage the whole nation to help grant the wishes of children and young people fighting life-threatening illnesses

The Fairy and Make-A-Wish Foundation® UK partnership is now in its eighth year and aims to help make even more magical wishes come true for children across the country. Whether their wish is to be Prime Minister for a day, take part in a helicopter rescue, or ride a bicycle around the garden the charity can make it happen.


More information about Hanya and Joe

Like many little girls, Hanya Sajad, aged six, has always dreamed of having her own bicycle. However, Hanya, who has Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome, a rare heart defect in which the left side of the heart is underdeveloped, has often been too unwell to visit the park to cycle with other children. Make-A-Wish made it possible for Hanya to have her very own High School Musical bike and arranged for her garden to be resurfaced to provide a safe place to ride her new prized possession at home.

Seven year old Joseph Wilding’s wish was to not just meet the Prime Minister but actually to do his job! Not an easy wish to grant, but Make-A-Wish managed it and Joe, who was diagnosed with a brain stem tumour 18 months ago, was able to actually meet David Cameron at No. 10 and take over the reins! Having knocked on the famous black door, he was given a special tour and even got to sit in the PM’s chair – until Mr Cameron came in to meet him and playfully said: “And you know you’re sitting in my chair…”!

For each person who ‘likes’ the facebook page (www.facebook.com/fairydish), Fairy will make a 50p donation to Make-A-Wish (up to a maximum of £20,000) – it’s as easy as that!

Thank you

 

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