The wish of a sick Utah boy has now become reality. Right now he's battling cancer, but he likes police officers and superheroes. So, on Saturday, Salt Lake police and others teamed up to give him an experience he'll never forget.
Hundreds of rubber duckies went floating down a river today, all for a good cause: To raise funds for Utah's wish kids and Make-A-Wish® Utah.
Nine children and their families, with the help of the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Utah, got a chance to experience what it’s like to be a pilot for a day
Students at Clearfield High School rallied together recently
Hope, Strength & Joy:Make-A-Wish Kids. A photography portfolio by Mr. Kent Miles capturing wishes frozen in time.
The Make a Wish foundation made it possible for Lincoln Masuisui to live out his wish of playing a realistic old west cops and robbers shoot out at his house.
Wish Granter Irene grants her 100th wish with Make-A-Wish® Utah.
A cancer-stricken 12-year-old Herriman boy got the chance to live out a life-long dream of flying in a fighter jet, thanks in part to students a county away who had never met him.
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