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    Posted on 5th Aug 2021

    Gaming influencers Dan TDM, GaGOD, Beardageddon, It’s Tegan, InDeeDee, and KT.EXE are just some of the amazing people who helped Make-A-Wish smash its target during the charity’s first #Wish100Week Read more





    Posted on 29th Apr 2021

    The number of children in the UK who are eligible for a wish has doubled in the last 15 years, and it's increasing, according to research commissioned by Make-A-Wish UK. Read more



    Posted on 18th Dec 2020

    Internationally acclaimed British artists Idris Khan, OBE and Annie Morris are selling a limited edition print each, the proceeds of which will go to Make-A-Wish UK. Read more

    Art of Wishes

    Posted on 14th Dec 2020

    A teenage boy, who feels that his wish is granted every time he goes to watch his beloved football team play, has released a charity single and video to raise money for other children's wishes. Read more


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    Posted on 7th Dec 2020

    Nine-year-old wish child Emily had a private virtual meeting with singing sensation Griff, ahead of the release of her single Love Is A Compass, the official soundtrack of Disney’s festive advert. Read more



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