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OUR WISHES

Wishes really do come true at Wishing Star! To date we’ve granted over 1,245 wishes.

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OUR EVENTS

There are several events within all of our service areas throughout the year that you can be a part of.

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OUR CIRCLE OF FRIENDS

A group of compassionate individuals who have committed to donating to Wishing Star.

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Our Mission

To provide wish kids with hope through uplifting and rejuvenating experiences refocusing on the joy of life.

To provide lasting support and memories for wish families.

To treat families and associates with dignity and protect their privacy.

To inspire greater community participation in fulfilling Wishing Star's mission.

Upcoming Events

  1. Christmas Giving Program
    September 29 - December 1
  2. Truck Auction-Paying it Forward…
    October 31 @ 7:00 am - November 7 @ 6:00 am
  3. Spokane Dinner Banquet
    November 15 @ 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Latest Stories

A few months ago we put out a call for help in granting an expedited wish. Sheldon’s osteosarcoma was taking its toll and his hope and spirits were low. Sheldon’s wish to customize his truck was granted on Saturday, May 17 only one week after he was told his cancer was terminal. With the help of Custom Truck in Spokane and many wonderful donors, he received a bumper/grill, light bars, steps, air intake system, stereo, and more!! For a moment … read more

Our granddaughter was first diagnosed with a Wilms Tumor at age 2-1/2.  She was done with chemo at age 3.  That young child is now a beautiful girl of 12, who is active in school sports, tumbling, and a very healthy young lady! We volunteer at Wishing Star because we believe in their mission and feel that recovery for children is helped by both excellent medical care and the child’s belief that their life can be fuller. The granting of … read more

Quinn has Mitochondrial Disorder, a disorder in the part of the cell that sustains energy and promotes growth. This illness has a very high fatality rate. Three year old Quinn’s wish was to go to San Diego to play in the warm water and ride in a helicopter! He and his family enjoyed a week of sunshine, warm water, a helicopter ride, swimming with dolphins and so much more! “You know it’s not good news when your child’s neurologist calls … read more