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The Wish Maker blog

We're calling on people like you to join our awesome #WishMaker community and help grant life-changing wishes to some truly deserving children. Follow the work of our amazing #WishMaker movement below!

Rebecca Rowe, fundraiser

Rebecca Rowe ran the Great North Run in aid of us in September 2015.

Here, she shares her top fundraising tips and ideas for you to get organised…

Rebecca doing a bucket collection

Yeti Jon, fundraiser

Jon Green is six foot seven tall.  Add on a Yeti Costume and he’s hard to miss – even amongst a throng of costumed people raring to go at the start line of the 2016 Great North Run in Newcastle-upon-Tyne!  He ran to raise money for us – here’s how it went:

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My reason for choosing Great North Run
It’s the biggest, best, friendliest, noisiest, funniest, hilliest, brilliantest race in the world!

My reason for running a Half Marathon for Make-A-Wish:

The company I work for, Brammer UK, give regularly to Make-A-Wish so we often hear about the great work! I tried to keep a line I read on the website – “a child’s life shouldn’t be about illness, hospitals and diagnosis – it should be about wonder, joy and hope” – in mind when designing and building my massive 8 foot costume, becoming literally larger than life.