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Photo: Wish child Nathaniel swam with the dolphins

There are many opportunities for you
to support the Make-A-Wish Foundation:


Drawing of a dollar bill Title: Contributions

Contributions of money and in kind goods and services are instrumental to our success. The generous support of Foundation donors makes our work possible.  To make a contribution over our secure server - click here.  You can also call our office at (800) 304-9474 and contribute by phone, or simply mail a check to:

Make-A-Wish Foundation
107 Cherry Street
Suite 305
Seattle, WA 98104


Donations are tax-deductible as permitted by law.

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Donate Air Miles

Give Flight to Child's Dream

Donate your airline miles and help make a child's travel wish come true!  Since travel wishes account for the largest percentage of program expenses, your airline miles can go a long way in helping the Make-A-Wish Foundation grant wishes. Many national airlines allow you to donate frequent flyer miles to Make-A-Wish.   For more information on this program, please contact Trina Cottingham at (800) 304-9474; (206) 623-5320.

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Become a Wish Maker Sponsor!

Your company, club, association or student group can help to make a childs dream a reality by participating in our Wishmaker program. For residents of Alaska, please contact: Michele Miller, .  For residents of Western Washington, please contact: Jennifer Blume, Development & Communications Manager, . For residents of Eastern Washington, the nine counties of northern Idaho (Boundary, Bonner, Kootenai, Shoshone, Benewah, Latah, Clearwater, Nez Perce, and Lewis), and Montana, please contact: Stephanie Mondragon Hopkins, .

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Consider volunteering for Make-A-Wish. Volunteers work as wish granters or provide valuable assistance with fundraising and administrative projects. Although it takes a big commitment, Make-A-Wish volunteers say theres nothing more rewarding than helping to make a childs dream come true. For information about volunteer opportunities, please go to our volunteer page.




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