This year the 4th annual Brandon Denochick Memorial Race raised a grand total of $28,350 for Make-A-Wish.
McDowell Intermediate School and High School held their 10th Annual Walking for the Cause event to benefit Make-A-Wish and the American Cancer Society.
Make-A-Wish volunteers and friends represented at the 28th Annual Tree Lighting Celebration at Stroudsmoor Country Inn, Stroudsburg, PA.
Emily Albright and Sara Durika from Hanover High School in York County held a softball tournament to benefit Make-A-Wish for their senior project.
Almatis, Inc. held its 3rd Annual Make-A-Wish Golf Outing on June 21, 2014, at Black Hawk Golf Course in Beaver Falls, PA.
The Altoona Curve Booster Club hosts an Annual Altoona Curve Baseball Bowling Event every year at Holiday Bowl in Altoona.
Moms for Make-A-Wish Softball Team Abram’s Angels held a Paint and Sip fundraiser.
Alcoa Technical Center Employees held various fundraisers throughout 2014 to raise enough for a wish.
Last October, Alternative MC’s hosted a Halloween Poker Run benefiting Make-A-Wish.
The American Public Works Association held its' 3rd Annual Make-A-Wish Golf Outing on May 13th at Briarwood Golf Course to help a child fulfill their wish.
B. Braun Medical, Inc., gives back to children living with life-threatening medical conditions.
On March 23,2016, students at Blue Mountain Elementary East hopped into spring this year at their school's Bunny Hop event.
Bridgestone Americas Trust Fund donated the full cost of one wish.
Brouse Wellness Chiropractic in Altoona, PA presented Make-A-Wish Regional Manager Lindsey Herzing with a Wishmaker donation of $3,900.
Buffalo Wild Wings in Erie, PA celebrated their 10th anniversary by donating 10% of their sales to Make-A-Wish on March 6th.
The "Change the Game" Softball tournament was a great success, bringing in nearly $2,000, towards granting wishes.
Last month, on May 28, 2016, the 10th anniversary of the Danielle Mitchell Memorial Poker Run, an annual event benefiting Make-A-Wish, took place in Cambridge Springs, PA. This year's event raised $6,000!
The Danny Darr Memorial Softball Tournament was a huge success last September, bring in more than $23,000 towards wish granting.
This year the Francis Rongaus Memorial Golf Tournament raised $10,000 towards wish granting.
On July 30, 2016,the Billyk family kicked off their first-ever golf outing. The outing raised a grand total of $8,000.
This past September, the Hunter family and Widdall’s Garage hosted Joanna’s Car Show, an event benefiting Make-A-Wish.
Thank you to the Kiwanis Club of Chambersburg for your support to Make-A-Wish Greater Pennsylvania and West Virginia!
Last December, Lawrence Subaru in Hanover, PA, celebrated the holiday season with local wish kids and families.
On November 19, 2016, guests gathered at the Mountaineer Racetrack, Casino and Resort to celebrate Make-A-Wish® at the annual gala held in Morgantown, WV.
Wish kid Samantha kicked-off this year's National Believe Day at Macy's Ross Park Mall. What Sam didn't know, is that her wish was also about to be granted!
On May 30th, the Mount Pocono Rotary Club held their Annual Community Aviation Day, benefiting Make-A-Wish®. The event funded wishes of two children living in the Pocono region.
The PNC Treasury Management 14th Annual Golf Outing, Dinner & Auction committee presented a donation of $66,000 to help fulfill children’s wishes.
Quigley Motor Company, Inc, located in Manchester, PA, celebrated their 50th Anniversary with an Open House while raising funds for Make-A-Wish.
Through participation in this year's Vote With Your Dollars program, Rutter's Farm Store customers helped Make-A-Wish win $25,000!
Employees of Sandvik Material Technologies, PEXCO and Lesjofors have partnered to make wishes come true in their community.
Shamokin Dam Construction and Bechtel presented Make-A-Wish with a donation of $5,000 on June 29 at their celebration luncheon.
Last year, the Chiodo family had come together during holidays to raise money for our chapter by Christmas caroling.
Since 2007, the Tommy Gaynord Memorial Fund has donated $15,000 in support of local wishes.
Trio’s Family Restaurant in Lake Ariel hosted an event, Music for Make-A-Wish on Saturday, August 6th and raised a total of $5,000.
Many thanks to B. Braun Medical, Inc., for its generous donation of $35,000 and 164,000 air miles.
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices The Preferred Realty, formerly Prudential Preferred Realty, is a long-time supporter of Make-A-Wish. Events held to benefit Make-A-Wish this year included a bowl-a-thon and flea-tique.
The 12th Annual Bikers United for Make-A-Wish event was held on August 16, 2015, at Six Pence Pub and Eatery in Parkersburg, WV.
In its 25th year, the Blackwood Gallery Pipe Organ Concert, held in Harrisville, PA, raised enough to fulfill several wishes.
Make-A-Wish supporters 21 and over had a spooktacular time at the Boo and Brew Bash, held in Downtown Pittsburgh, on Saturday, October 22.
The 16-Year Reunion of CC Riders was held on September 13 to raise funds for Make-A-Wish.
The second annual Cabins Benefit Dinner, held on Saturday, August 30, at the North Fork Ruritan Club in Cabins, WV, was hosted by high school student Emily Ours.
The Field & Stream Catfish Classic held on August 6, in Bridgewater, PA, was a huge success.
Central Elementary School's Spirit Week from March 31 – April 4, 2014, benefited Make-A-Wish.
A Charity Sports Banquet held at the Bayfront Convention Center in Erie, PA, raised between $8,000 and $10,000.
Chestnut Lake Camp in Beach Lake, PA, raised $7,696.66 for Make-A-Wish last year.
The sisters of Chi Omega threw an unforgettable going away party on campus for wish kid Christian back in December 2015.
Christianpalooza is an annual event held memory of wish kid Christian Connelly that takes place at Resurrection Church in Brookline, PA.
Gatherings Pub and Grill raised $447.00 at its Christmas in July for Charity fundraiser.
Chad, Christine, Jessica, Anthony and Brady McCall presented a check from their annual golf outing held in memory of wish kid Christopher McCall.
After four days of fundraising, Clarion University of Pennsylvania Circle K raised $1,544 for Make-A-Wish.
Natalie and Ben Davic from North Allegheny School District organized the first ever Clover Hill Wish Festival at Clover Hill Golf Course in Franklin Park to benefit Make-A-Wish.
Chris Rupp, a 25-year-old firefighter who has been biking across the country to raise funds for Make-A-Wish, made two pit stops in West Virginia.
Former volunteer and wish mom, Bonnie Jayjohn, hosted a Cocktails and Color event in Erie on April 19, 2015.
For the last five years, employees from the 14 Coldwell Banker Real Estate Services offices in the Pittsburgh area have conducted a variety of fundraisers to benefit Make-A-Wish.
Members of the Cruise the Bay Committee recently presented Erie Regional Assistant Michelle Hinman with a $3,900 donation, which reflects proceeds from a winter dinner-dance and their summer-long Cruise the Bay event.
The annual Deer Lake Polar Plunge, organized by the Auburn VFW Warriors Softball Team, was held on Saturday, February 28, 2015, and raised $13,000 for Make-A-Wish.
First-time Wishmaker Dick's Sporting Goods Smithton Distribution Center raised a total of $10,105.28 for Make-A-Wish.
DuBois Area Middle School students participated in a Pie Throwing Contest to make wishes come true.
Isabella's expression was priceless as Edinboro students revealed that her wish to Hawaii would be coming true during a basketball game.
A million thanks to the people at CONSOL Energy and other local energy companies who come together every year to make their golf outing a success.
Wish kids Trevin, Lucas and John met NFL greats at the 51st Annual Charity Sports Banquet at the Bayfront Convention Center in Erie, PA, on Thursday, February 12.
Feel Good Charities recently donated $1500 to Make-A-Wish® in support of children battling life-threatening medical conditions.
On Friday, June 26, Finn Chiropractic Group hosted its Second Annual Carnival of Wishes to benefit Make-A-Wish.
Mike McCrea, Plant Manager for Firestone Building Products in Youngwood, PA, presented a donation for $3,900 -- the cost to fulfill one wish.
The Gacesa Holiday Light Display held in Beaver County raised $1,730 to benefit Make-A-Wish.
WIsh kid Sam was honored to be the one to light up the Gannon University walkway during the holidays.
Rolls Royce Cleveland and Pretty Living PR celebrated the roaring twenties with this night back in time at Cavo Nightclub to benefit Make-A-Wish.
Nearly 300 guests came to imbibe international wines and sample delicious appetizers at our annual wine tasting event on Thursday, May 19, 2016, at Howl at the Moon in Downtown Pittsburgh.
Make-A-Wish is one of the many local nonprofits and health and human service agencies that benefits from the annual Highmark fundraising walk in Pittsburgh and Erie.
In just a few short years, Iadeluca Chiropractic Center has raised more than $50,000 for Make-A-Wish.
InventHelp employees and Cavey presented Make-A-Wish Greater PA and WV with a check to help make a child's wish come true. InventHelp believes in giving back to the community and is honored to help out this great organization.
Guardian Storage sponsored Jamming for Wishes, a concert held in memory of wish kid Connor Michalek to help make wishes come true one beat at a time.
For 15 years, Krista's Bike Show has been helping to make wishes come true for kids in Northwestern Pennsylvania.
The Light Up A Child’s Life® campaign has been making the lives of children with life-threatening medical conditions just a little bit brighter for the past 27 years.
The Light Up A Child’s Life® campaign has been making the lives of children with life-threatening medical conditions just a little bit brighter for the past 28 years.
Make-A-Wish took part in the Winter Wonderland Experience held in conjunction with WISH 99.7 and Station Square on November 21.
Love for Lauryn Ossola Charity Event raised a grand total of $5,475 to help make wishes come true.
After days of teasing his identity on social media, Elvis, an African penguin from the National Aviary, was revealed as the first Macy’s Believe letter writer at the Downtown Pittsburgh Macy’s to launch the Believe letter writing campaign.
On National Believe Day, Macy's granted more than 50 wishes across the United States, including two in Pittsburgh and Erie and doubled its donation per Santa letter delivered to each of its stores.
Pocono Mountain West High School students raised $4,100 at this year's Make-A-Wish in March event.
Wish kid Marissa, who was granted her wish for a trip to Hawaii in 2013, held a car cruise on June 21, 2014, at Blackhawk High School in Chippewa Township to benefit Make-A-Wish.
Marywood University held a check presentation ceremony as sophomore baseball player Joseph Hunt presented Make-A-Wish with a check for $1,100.
The week-long 25th annual Moms for Make-A-Wish Softball Tournament was held at the Minersville Area Little League Complex from July 22-31, 2016.
Wish kid Justyn attended the 14th Annual Mountaineer Golf Tournament in Morgantown, WV.
The employees, friends and family of Mr. Waterheater enjoyed a performance by country artist Chris Higbee, a Chinese auction, 50/50 raffle and specialty drinks at a happy hour fundraiser and also attended a purse-golf cash bash.
North Pocono High School seniors supported Make-A-Wish as part of their graduation projects and raised $851.
The employees of Olympic Steel, Inc. raise funds through their Working for Wishes program to grant wishes for kids being served by 10 different Make-A-Wish chapters.
The Painting with a Purpose event, organized by wish mom Connie Sluzynsky, was held at Painting with a Twist - Pittsburgh, PA - West on Sunday, April 19.
The Penn-Trafford Dodge Ball Tournament for Make-A-Wish, which was open to all elementary and middle school students, was held at Penn Middle School on January 31, 2015.
Pens fans and wish kids had the chance to bowl with the Pittsburgh Penguins at the Seventh annual Pens & Pins Bowling Tournament.
The Jared S. Peters Memorial Golf Tournament, held on May 14, 2016, raised $5,699.63. This is highest amount raised at this annual event since its inception.
The PNC Treasury Management 13th Annual Golf Outing, Dinner & Auction committee presented a donation of $74,100.
PNC Investments held it annual golf outing on Monday, October 13, at the Quicksilver Golf Club.
The PNC Treasury Management Golf Outing, Dinner & Auction chaired by Mark Vizza was held on October 13, 2014, at Montour Heights Country Club in Coraopolis, PA.
The annual Joseph Pokorny Golf Outing is held at Champion Lakes Golf Club in Ligonier, PA.
This was the 6th year for the tournament which is held in memory of Matt Pustelak, who was fond of children and would be very proud of the outcome of the many tournaments held in his name.
Running of the Santas took place on Saturday, December 6, at Sherlock’s and Slugger’s Bar and Grill in Erie, PA.
Studio E Salon’s Second Annual Runway for Wishes took place on Sunday, January 19, 2014.
Wish kid Samantha of Avonworth High School gives back with her graduation project.
Shear Impressions Make-A-Wish Cut-A-Thon was held on May 18, 2014, at the salon located at 1774 Main St. in Northampton, PA.
On Tuesday, November 18, 2014, the Sheraton Station Square Hotel celebrated the completion of an extensive $15 million dollar transformation with a special event to benefit Make-A-Wish.
Specialty Metallurgical Products Company, Inc. presented Make-A-Wish with a check for $3,900.
The inaugural Jax Stone 10K Run and Two-Mile Walk was held at Presque Isle State Park in Erie, PA.
Wish kids Lizzy and Parker attended the Nevillewood Women’s Golf Association outing, which was held on Thursday, August 7, 2014, at the Nevillewood Country Club.
The Susquehanna Valley First Responders Ice Hockey Team presented $900 to Make-A-Wish as a result of their fundraising efforts during this past July's Can-Am games.
More than $15,000 was raised at the first ever Trucks for Smiles Convoy held on Saturday, June 6, at W. W. Friedline, Inc. in Somerset, PA.
UGI Utilities hosted a Walk for Wishes in Montoursville on October 4th. Despite the very poor weather they had 50 attendees and raised $1253. UGI corporate office also contributed $3,900 bringing total gift to $5,153.
The WeeUsables Consignment Event, which took place at Old Main at the York Fairgrounds/Expo Center on April 16, 17, 18, 2015, raised $2,660 for Make-A-Wish through register donations and its “Stuff-A-Bag” fundraiser.
In 2016, Pirates Charities partnered once again with Make-A-Wish Greater Pennsylvania and West Virginia to support the annual Kurt R. Weiss Scholarship for Wish Kids program.
The Western Wayne Middle School CATS Club (the Community Attitude Towards Success Club) in Lake Ariel, PA, hosted a Penny War to benefit Make-A-Wish. The students raised $350.
The Meadows Lanes Bowling was the site for Wish Upon a Pin Nite hosted by York Realty, Washington County.
First responders from all over North America came together for the 2014 York Can-Am Games, an Olympic-style sporting event benefiting Make-A-Wish® Greater Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
Since 1994, the students of the North Hills High School Hands for Service Club have been supporting Make-A-Wish.
The 11th annual Pennsylvania State Police Make-A Wish Golf Tournament took place on Monday, Oct. 14, at The Links at Gettysburg.
Lisa Donnelly and the Central Catholic Vikings hosted a fundraiser that benefited Make-A-Wish and gave young patients at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh a new Paddy the Penguin toy.
Shenango High School’s Faculty Feud contained tons of different game show themed activities involving the faculty, staff and students.
T&T Produce sells corn for a donation throughout Somerset County.
The 2015 WishTEAM is the idea of Conrad Rhein, a current junior at Eastern York High School, York PA. Conrad's love of the game combined with his past experience serving Make-A-Wish (R) Foundation resulted in the creation of this team.
The Buddy Wagoner Memorial Run in DuBois, PA, raised $7,152.56 to help make wishes come true.
In an outstanding charity effort, IUP athletics raised money for Make-A-Wish during a special game.
Jackson's Bar & Grill in Winburne, PA, holds a Make-A-Wish Weekend every year to help make wishes come true.
Eleven-year-old wish kid Dakota of Charleston threw out the first pitch at the Guns ‘n’ Hoses West Virginia Law Enforcement, Fire Departments and E.M.S. Softball Tournament on Saturday and Sunday, October 4 and 5, 2014.
An incredible turnout of sponsors, volunteers, and 216 runners came for the Laps for Lauryn 5K in North Park, an event held in memory of Lauryn E. Ossola.
The Lake Wynonah Civic Association hosted Leap in the Lake on Sunday, January 1, 2017, at Lake Wynonah Marina to benefit Make-A-Wish.
Proceeds from the Mid-East Horseman's Association 7th Annual Horse Show benefited Make-A-Wish.
The Ohrwashel Family has been supporting Make-A-Wish since 2007 through a variety of fundraisers, but their most popular event is their annual book sale.
West Virginia Oil Marketers & Grocers Association (OMEGA) holds an annual August wish star campaign and a golf outing to raise money for Make-A-Wish.
During the annual Share the Love holiday event,national and local Subaru dealerships raised money for Make-A-Wish and other charities.
During the annual Share the Love holiday event,national and local Subaru dealerships raised money for Make-A-Wish and other charities.
Make-A-Wish is extremely grateful for the leadership of Sherri Keller in raising $70,200 through the 2015 Truck Convoy for Wishes.
Tudor's Biscuit World has been a supporter of Make-A-Wish since 1998.
University of Pittsburgh’s Chi Omega Sorority held its annual Make A Dish for Make-A-Wish on November 2, 2014.
The University of Scranton Wishmakers on Campus Club is in its third year of making wishes come true.
Students from Seneca High School's National Honor Society held Wishapalooza, a family-focused festival to benefit Make-A-Wish.
Schuylkill County volunteers Shelly Lurwick and Judy Green accepts a check for $7,500 from wish kid Michelle Lengel.
To celebrate World Wish Day®, Make-A-Wish® held its forth annual Waffles and Wishes event at the Ambassador Banquet & Conference Center's Garden Atrium in Erie, PA.
Alpha Tau Omega is a fraternity at Washington and Jefferson College who has been fundraising for Make-A-Wish since 2009. They recently held their annual Wish Bowl to raise funds.
Nine wish kids were the special guests of the Washington Wild Things on Friday, July 19, 2013.
Two West Virginia University students, Ian and Skyler, set out to break the world record for longest billiards game and raise enough for a wish.
Wheels for Wishes Poker Run took to the road in Weirton, WV, to help make wishes come true
This annual dinner dance is held at the Stroudsmoor Country Inn at Terraview in Stroudsburg, PA.
Zack, who was granted his wish for a T-rex dinosaur, organized a 5-mile bike ride, run and walk event at North Park in Pittsburgh to give back and grant wishes for other kids facing life-threatening medical conditions.
Lorenzo was eager to help Make-A-Wish, so he invited his family, friends and community to participate in a Pinewood Derby Race at Soergel’s Orchard.