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Celebrate World Wish Day With Make-A-Wish Singapore

Show Your Support By Purchasing Exclusive Face Masks Designed By “Wish Children”

2021 Apr 29

Celebrate World Wish Day With Make-A-Wish Singapore

More than a once-off experience, a wish has a proven, lasting, and life-changing impact on a child with a critical illness and everyone around them. From the anticipation to the realization of a wish, a child and everyone around them is touched by its powerful effects, giving them renewed hope and strength. If you would like to be a part of this journey, celebrate World Wish Day with the inaugural launch of the #WishesComeTrueBlue movement by wearing blue to show solidarity and support for children with critical illnesses this April. 

To mark this initiative, Make-A-Wish Singapore will be launching 3 exclusive face masks creatively designed by the organization’s very own “wish children”. You can purchase the mask for yourself and your loved ones at SG$18 via this link. All proceeds will go towards Make-A-Wish Singapore’s wish-granting efforts for children with critical illnesses.

By showcasing the transformational power of wishes, Make-A-Wish Singapore aims to encourage more people to make referrals, allowing the organization to grant the wishes of every medically eligible child in Singapore. The annual World Wish Day marks the anniversary of the first wish that inspired the founding of Make-A-Wish globally, a non-profit organization that creates life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses, as well as the anniversary of the Singapore chapter since 2002.

When: April 29, 2021 onwards.

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