The 31st Annual Make-A-Wish Golf Tournament raised more than $25,000 for Make-A-Wish®.
Avis Rent A Car became a national sponsor in 2002, providing much needed budget relief to Make-A-Wish’s rental car needs.
Since 2011, B. Braun Medical, Inc. in Bethlehem, PA, has generously donated funds and air miles to help make wishes come true.
For the past 24 years, the employees of Berkshire Hathaway (formerly Prudential Preferred Realty) have been supporting Make-A-Wish through office fundraisers, including yard sales, dances, auctions, holiday luncheons and bowl-a-thons.
For the last five years, employees from 14 Coldwell Banker offices have conducted a variety of fundraisers, such as raffles, a bowl-a-thon, a Monte Carlo night, a shopping extravaganza and a holiday house tour, to benefit Make-A-Wish.
The Brooke/Hancock County Gala in West Virginia has been a major donor to Make-A-Wish for nearly 20 years.
CoGo’s has been a friend to Make-A-Wish since 1989 having raised $1,338,338.43 over the years from employee giving, cause related marketing campaigns and corporate donations.
Each school in DuBois Area School District holds a Make-A-Wish Week to raise money.
Elliott Group located in Jeannette, PA has been supporting Make-A-Wish® continuously since 1992.
Local energy companies in Pennsylvania and West Virginia have been coming together for 20 years to hold a golf outing for Make-A-Wish.
Erie Insurance has been supporting Make-A-Wish's mission since 2001.
GE Transportation began raising funds for Make-A-Wish in 1993 through an annual fundraising event, now called Bids for Kids.
Give Kids the World gives our Make-A-Wish chapter more than $200,000 a year in in-kind donations covering accommodations and park tickets.
The Helping Hands Foundation, Inc. has been giving to Make-A-Wish Greater Pennsylvania and West Virginia since 2003.
The H.J. Heinz Company Foundation has been a loyal grant maker to Make-A-Wish since 1987.
Since 2007, Jackson's Bar and Grille in Winburne, PA, has donated more than $100,000 to Make-A-Wish by holding numerous events throughout the year, including a bike run.
Krista's Bike Show, in memory of wish child Krista Pawlowski, started in 2000 as part of Harvest of Dreams.
To date, Luttner Financial Group has raised more than $380,000 for Make-A-Wish.
Make-A-Wish Greater Pennsylvania and West Virginia recognizes Macy's as one of its biggest donors.
The McKamish Family Foundation, a local Pittsburgh charitable organization, has been a longtime, generous donor.
In 1991, the first Moms for Make-A-Wish Softball Tournament was held and raised $2,000. Twenty-two years later, a few original players and many new recruits continue the annual tradition of a week-long softball tournament to raise funds for Make-A-Wish.
The Lightner family, their supporters and campers have shown great generosity in helping Make-A-Wish for many years.
Mylan Charitable Foundation, based in Canonsburg, PA, helped to grant the wishes of local children by donating $39,000 to Make-A-Wish every year. This makes the wishes of 10 children possible.
NCAA Division II Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)prides itself on being the only division thus far to sponsor a division-wide community service campaign with Make-A-Wish®.
Since 1995, Pitt Ohio Employees have been donating $1 out of their weekly paycheck and have raised more than $300,000.
To date, the Pittsburgh Pension Professionals raised more than $170,000 for Make-A-Wish.
The Pittsburgh Penguins have supported Make-A-Wish for several years through its Pens and Pins bowling tournament and many other ways.
Plum Borough School District hosts a telethon each year, with each school participating in a variety of different fundraisers.
Since 2000, PNC employees have raised more than $889,300 for Make-A-Wish through two major fundraising events each year.
Employees of Robroy Industries have been holding year round fundraisers for the past nine years, while the company matches their gifts dollar for dollar.
Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and his Foundation have donated $80,000 to Make-A-Wish®.
Rutter’s has supported Make-A-Wish since 2002.
Since 1992, every Sheetz employee contributes to the company-wide “For The Kidz” program – an event created by two district managers looking for a new way to uphold the Sheetz tradition of giving back to their community.
The Associates of Standard Bank have been proud supporters of Make-A-Wish® since 1994.
We are thrilled to announce that Subaru of America, Inc. donated more than $2 million to Make-A-Wish nationally last year, with more than $123,000 contributed locally through the Subaru “Share the Love” event.
Now in its 14th year, the Truck Convoy for Wishes, benefiting Make-A-Wish®, has become a tradition with local truckers and trucking companies to raise money through pledges to support local children with life-threatening medical conditions.
Tudor’s Biscuit World raised enough funds to grant the wishes of 115 children thanks to the efforts of customers and employees.
WDSN-FM Sunny 106 DuBois,PA started its Light Up A Child's Life campaign in 1994 and has been a continued supporter of Make-A-Wish since then.
Wheels for Wishes has donated $478,067.98 to help grant the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions.
Pittsburgh radio station WISH 99.7 FM has donated air time for Make-A-Wish's Light Up A Child's Life® Campaign for more than 25 years.
The Wish Upon A Star Dinner Dance is an annual dance hosted by a committee in Monroe County that is held at the Stroudsmoor Country Inn at Terraview in Stroudsburg, PA.
WPXZ in Punxsutawney, PA had its first Light Up A Child's Life campaign in December of 1992.
Star 104 in Erie, PA, has been helping to make wishes come true for 16 years.
Wish kid Zack Abel created the event Make A Move for Make-A-Wish in 2012, and since then, has raised more than $65,000.