Dec 14, 2017
14-year-old wish kid Carrie dreams of being a NICU nurse when she grows up.
Dec 07, 2017
Cabarrus Brewing Co. held its first Christmas at Cabarrus Holiday Market on December 2, benefiting Make-A-Wish Central & Western North Carolina.
Nov 24, 2017
Greensboro News & Record
During his eight years as principal of Haynes Inman Education Center, Kevin Carr saw many of his students have wishes granted by the Make-A-Wish Foundation. This year, Carr decides to take it a step further by participating in the Trailblaze Challenge with his family.
Nov 21, 2017
Employees of the Corning optical fiber manufacturing facility held a welcome-home Disney Princess-themed Tea Party for wish kid Jazmin.
Nov 17, 2017
Wish kid Derek, diagnosed with a brain tumor, got a chance to travel to Daytona 500 and meet his favorite NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr.
Nov 13, 2017
High Point Enterprise
Chase’s Chance, founded by 13-year-old Southwest Middle School student Chase, is encouraging people to write letters to Santa and send them to her to help Make-A-Wish grant wishes for critically ill children.
Nov 09, 2017
Symmetry Financial Group held 10K and 5K trail races at Camp Rockmont as a fundraiser for the local Make-A-Wish Foundation. Symmetry team members across the nation raised more than $115,000.
Nov 02, 2017
When a fictional bank robbery takes place in Belmont, the young superheroes Lobsterman and Master Builder step in to defend the city in their new motion picture “City Defenders.” The crime-fighting stars are 6-year-old wish kid Jackson, of Bessemer City, and 8-year-old wish kid Joell, of Charlotte.
Oct 31, 2017
When a child facing a serious illness is offered anything they want from the Make-A-Wish Foundation, they usually go for a big family trip. But when 9-year-old wish kid Peyton from Concord was faced with that decision, he immediately thought of others. His wish was to put on an unforgettable Halloween party for all the patients at Levine Children's Hospital!
Oct 29, 2017
After courageously battling separate life-threatening medical conditions, five-year-old wish kid Jackson and 8-year-old wish kid Joell starred in a superhero movie where they fought crime in the Queen City.