Wish Granters Mission

Wish Granters mission is to grant the wishes of terminally ill adults in our service area, providing joy, hope, and fulfillment to their lives. We strive to create a compassionate and supportive environment for them, where their dignity and respect are upheld. Our wish-granting program is designed to create lasting memories for them and their loved ones to cherish forever. We encourage compassion, kindness, and understanding towards those who are facing the end of their lives.


Wish Granters Vision

Our vision is to create a world where every terminally ill adult in Idaho has the opportunity to experience joy, hope, and fulfillment by granting their deepest wishes. We believe that every person deserves to live their life to the fullest, regardless of their health condition. Through our wish-granting program and growing community partnerships, we strive to bring comfort, happiness, and peace to those who are facing a terminal illness. We envision a world where terminally ill adults are surrounded by love, compassion, and support, and where their wishes are granted with dignity and respect. Our ultimate goal is to make a positive impact on the lives of those who are suffering and to help them create lasting memories that will be cherished by their loved ones forever.


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A shout out to our recent wish recipients and their family members. These are a few photos of recent wishes.  Our Wish Program continues to provide wishes to adults facing a terminal illness.

Granting Wishes, Giving Hope and Creating Lasting Memories. Thank you for your continued support.

Woman pushing a man on a bike

Art’s wish was for a bike trip on the Hiawatha trail. This was a trip he had planned with his wife, but she passed away before it could happen. He carried her picture with him on this adventure ,and he had a great time. Thank you to the Wallace Inn in Wallace, ID, and to the staff at the Hiawatha Trail who peddled him on the trail in a Blessing Bike.

Five people in front of the Millennium Falcon at Disneyworld

Robert’s wish was to go to Disneyworld with his two children, son-in-law, and his granddaughter on her 11th birthday.  This is a note from Robert:  “I was afforded a unique opportunity to leave my family a remarkable, photo-filled memory and expression of love to remember ‘Grandpa.'”


Fpur men standing by a woman sitting in a chair

Brent’s wish was to have new carpeting installed in his home to give him and his wife peace of mind.  Our thanks go out to Dillabaugh’s Flooring America for donating both the carpet and the installation; to Boise Box for donating the use of a storage container while the installation was being completed; and to our many volunteers who helped move furniture both out of the home and back in.  

Mobile Home

Mike’s wish to have new skirting put on his mobile home has come true. He said “Looks amazing! No gaps for critters at all. Thanks for everything. Wish granted!” Thanks to Continental Supply Northwest who donated the skirting and delivery and to Daniel Kangas who donated installation.