Wishes couldn't come true without supporters like you.

Every dollar helps bring more wishes to life for kids with life-threatening illnesses.

Make a regular donation

A wish is an incredible gift to give a sick child – helping them discover that despite their situation, anything is possible.

Set up your regular gift today or find out more.

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Make A Wish Australia - Ace on his wish smiling with his dad

A gift in your Will

Give children the lasting legacy of a wish-come-true by leaving a special bequest in your Will.

Leaving a legacy gift
Make A Wish Australia Children's Charity - Audrey with her family hugging on the beach

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

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.

Donate in memory
Make A Wish Australia Children's Charity - Isla on her wish in the snow seeing snow for the first time

Weddings, parties, celebrations

Planning a special event of your own? Asking friends and family to donate in lieu of gifts is quick, easy and infinitely rewarding.

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Make A Wish Australia Children's Charity - Sophie on her Alice in wonderland wish playing croquet

Donate goods and services

We love people and businesses who can support us in kind, giving products and services that help wishes come true.

Find out more about donating and the types of gifts we can accept.

Learn about gifts in kind
Make-A-Wish Australia wish kid Aysha

You can make more wishes come true

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.