Ryan bowls out GillyNine-year-old Ryan has been playing cricket since the age of five, and has built up a real talent for bowling. So his family weren't surprised to hear that his most cherished wish was to meet the Australian Cricket Team and in particular, Adam Gilchrist.
Tristan's armadillo adventureA life long dream to meet an armadillo took Tristan and his family all the way to Melbourne - in Florida!
When Cameron met CurtisWhen Cam learnt that he would be spending an afternoon with Curtis Stone from Surfing the Menu, he was so excited – he wanted to buy Curtis something special to mark the occasion.
Believe AgainSeven-year-old Bonnie recently had her cherished Wish fulfilled when Australian songstress Delta Goodrem dropped by for a visit.
Connor's wish comes trueConnor is a great fan of international movie star Jackie Chan, so he decided that there would be no better person to get up-close and personal with for a meet and greet.
A ‘sweet’ experienceDean is obsessed with skating and when Make-A-Wish asked him to suggest his cherished wish, he was quick to request a meet with US Pro skater Tony Hawk.
Busting the myths of scienceWatching the pop-science TV show MythBusters while in hospital for treatment for Hodgkin’s Lymphoma led 12-year-old Cameron to ask Make-A-Wish to grant his cherished wish to meet the shows two presenters Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage.
Hot Rod HeavenMad car-lover Jonathan had only one thought on his mind when the Make-A-Wish volunteers asked what his most cherished wish would be. The answer was easy; he wanted to meet famed Hot Rod designer Chip Foose at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles.
Belle of the BallFor Amélie, her cherished Wish was to meet Belle from Beauty and the Beast. She just loves the beautiful yellow gown Belle wears. And her bedroom is full of Belle items!
Shannon Noll Lifts Brady’s SpiritsMake-A-Wish Australia was the Official Charity of the recent 2010 Clipsal 500 Adelaide. As part of this association Clipsal 500 Adelaide and Make-A-Wish were delighted to be part of making 17-year-old Brady’s wish come true.
A Wiggling Good TimeAnticipation was high as Tylar dragged her mum Kelly through the foyer of Sun City in Sydney. The cute four-year-old was on a mission; she had red plastic roses for Dorothy the Dinosaur and two cardboard dog bones for Wags the Dog and she was going to meet the popular children’s entertainers, The Wiggles.
A girl from Oz...A wish to meet one of Australia’s favourite performers gave one young lady a chance to walk the red carpet on Broadway.
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