Wishes simply couldn't come true without your support. Every dollar raised helps bring more wishes to life for Australian children with life-threatening illnesses.
Wishing to be a princess
Like many 4-year-olds, Savannah loves pink, purple, fairies and princesses!
But unlike many children her age, Savannah has gone through treatment for cancer. She's now wishing to be a princess and go to a fairy-tale ball - but we need your help to make it happen.
My wish experience gave me hope, but most importantly, the will to live… It made me realise that I shouldn't give up, or stop moving forward.Julian 18 - wished to meet his idol, Gordon Ramsay
A gift in your Will
Give children the lasting legacy of a wish-come-true by leaving a special bequest in your Will.
In memory of a loved one
A gift in memory to Make-A-Wish Australia is a treasured and enduring tribute to a loved one.
Weddings, parties, celebrations
Make a lasting impact
There are 700 kids on a Wish Journey in Australia right now, and hundreds more we need to reach.
Wish children whose images feature on this page:
Bailey, 6, Langerhan cell histiocytosis - I wish for a mow mow so I can mow the grass with my poppy.
Ace, 18, dystonia - I wish to be a part of the Brisbane Lions’ inner sanctum.
Audrey, 6, retinoblastoma - I wish to go to the snow in my own rocket.
Isla, 4, neuroblastoma - I wish to see snow and catch a snowflake on my tongue.
Sophie, 11, a rare brain tumour - I wish to shrink like Alice and have a Mad Hatter Tea Party.