Wish Granters Mission
Wish Granter’s mission is to improve the quality of life of terminally ill Idaho adults and their primary caregivers, by granting them wishes and by supporting projects in their local communities, thereby providing opportunities for these adults and their loved ones to have lasting memories to cherish forever.
Wish Granters Vision
To make a positive impact on the lives of all terminally ill adults across the State of Idaho.
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.
Reid’s wish was to go to Hawaii with his daughters. They said it was a great trip. It rained like crazy but was still fun! Many thanks to Reid’s co-workers at PayneWest Insurance and to Hilton Waikoloa Village for making Reid’s wish come true and allowing him to make cherished memories with his daughters.
Kathleen (Kathy’s) wish was to take her grandson to Build a Bear. Because she was too sick to go along, her grandson went with his parents. He picked out two bears. The green frog is named “ Hero” as that is grandma’s bear, and it is dressed in a superhero outfit. They were able to record her voice saying “I love you” and it was put in the frog. Because she is his hero, that’s how the name came about, plus green is her favorite color. His other bear he put in a military outfit and he named it “Reese.” Such a simple yet beautiful wish.
Bernie’s Wish was to have family fly in from Florida. This is what her daughter had to say about the wish: “It’s hard to give a few details that made our trip home perfect, because everything about it was perfect. Seeing my mom’s absolute abundance of JOY will be the memory for all of us that we will carry with us always. My mom said on many occasions that she’s not sure why she was picked for this wish. She felt a little guilty-there must be others that need it more. What she didn’t understand was that my children, husband and I were those ‘others’.”