Tyson thought he was going to an assembly for Make-A-Wish and that Santa Claus would be there. What he didn't know was that Santa would grant that wish.
Tyson was the center of attention when Santa announced at the school assembly that Make-A-Wish was granting the fifth-grader’s wish to visit Hawaii with his family.
Santa Claus made an early visit to Manhattan this year. It was a visit for one very special boy who is fighting a life-threatening disease.
KBZK Montana Spotlight anchor interviews Make-A-Wish volunteers James and Kristin Bond about Macy's Santa Bus Tour
For every person who completes a one-minute demo of a Straight Talk Wireless Android smart phone, the company will donate $1 – up to $1 million – to Make-A-Wish.
Alisa grew up wanting to be a U.S. Marine. Now, through Make-A-Wish, her dream became reality at Camp Pendleton.
With more than $12,000 in gemstones and prizes at stake — and the chance to make the difference in a child's life, hundreds of people gathered outside a West End jewelry shop hoping to snare one of the coveted diamonds.
Montana's Make-A-Wish Foundation receives one of it's largest donations ever, thanks to high school students across the state.
In front of hundreds of teens, the Montana Association of Family, Career and Community Leaders of America presented Make-A-Wish Montana with $20,608 raised over the past year by its members.
K-Bear’s first radiothon for Make-A-Wish Montana on Valentine’s day was a huge success after 12 hours on the air!
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