Make a wish for Christmas - episode two

We hope you enjoyed watching the second and final episode of Make A Wish for Christmas on Channel 5 and learned more about the inspiring children and families we work with, and the fantastic team of Wishgranters who organise wishes.

Following on from the stories of Skye, Harrison, Harry and Bella who were featured in the first episode, episode two introduced Stanley, J'Anae, Robbie and Louis. However, these are just a few of the thousands of children and young people who come to us for wishes each year.

More and more children are turning to us and we need your help more than ever to help us grant these life-changing wishes.

Lewis stroking a dinosaur

Episode 2 of Make A Wish For Christmas aired on Channel 5 at 8pm on Wed 18th Dec 2019

We need your help to grant more wishes

As a charity, we depend entirely on donations to help us grant wishes and demand has never been higher. This Christmas, your donation will help us support children like Robbie, who you saw in the programme.

Three ways you can help

Donate to Make-A-Wish

Demand for wishes has never been higher and we rely on donations to help us grant wishes.

Donate now

Fundraise for us

Whether you prefer to bake cakes, wear a cape, or run a race for wishes, you or your company can help raise vital funds for us. Download our fundraising pack to get started.

Be a #Wishhero

Share your time

We rely on volunteers to help us grant wishes. Find out more about volunteering for Make-A-Wish here.

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Other ways you can help us to grant more wishes

Make-A-Wish works with partners to generate income and experiences that help us to grant wishes. If you’d like to know more about how your company could help, our Corporate Fundraising Team would love to hear from you.

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And of course, we have a wish list too!

View our Amazon Wishlist

Read more about the children featured in episode two

Do you have questions about the documentary?

Follow the link below for more information about how and why the documentary was made and about the charity itself.