Tristan Goes to Hawaii Tristan Goes to Hawaii Deflina celebrates her QUINCEAÑERA Darrius Becomes a Police Officer For the Day Dakota Goes Horseback Riding Eli Swims Again - But in Hawaii Darvianna Receives a Custom Bike Jacob Wins The War Against Wilm's tumor image image image image image image
I wish to be a cowgirl
Kionna, 6

Kionna has a hero. She’s not found on a field or in a comic book. She knows how to horseback ride, lasso and always keeps her town crime-free. Her favorite cartoon character always “saves the day”. Kionna was ready to saddle up for her Make-A-Wish® experience. She arrived at Heaven’s Gate Farm with her family for her own Wild West adventure in a new outfit, complete with a pink bandana and cowgirl hat.
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I wish to go to Hawaii
Tristan, 11 I wish

Living with an immunodeficiency syndrome makes life difficult for Tristan and his family, but his Make-A-Wish® experience to go to Hawaii gave them all hope. A tropical destination that he could enjoy with his family, and the ability to ride waves at one of the most famous surfing destinations in the world – what could be better?
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I wish to have a Quinceañera
Delfina, 15 leukemia

It was just an off-hand remark to a wish granter – Delfina didn’t really think a wish to have a Quinceañera was possible. Her spirits lifted as she started to imagine the possibilities. She called her Make-A-Wish® volunteer twice a week, taking a huge role in conceiving all the details.
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I wish to be a police officer
Darrius, 6 blood disorder

Darrius can’t believe his eyes … a kidnapping, right in front of police officers! He hustles outside to a waiting police SUV and leads the chase. The suspects soon surrender, and Darrius quickly has them in handcuffs. This is more than a great Make-A-Wish® experience for Darrius. It’s his day to be free from worry.
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I wish to have a horseback riding lesson
Dakota, 9 blood disorder

Wish kid Dakota sometimes feels lonely and misunderstood. But she’s able to find comfort through bonding with her brother, who has the same blood disorder. Her wish provides another escape from her medical condition - and it shows her that so much is still possible in her life.
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I wish to go to Hawaii
Eli, 9 cancer

Being diagnosed with cancer meant that Eli couldn’t go in a pool for nearly a year. That’s way too long for a boy who loves swimming. Fortunately, Make-A-Wish supporters made it possible to grant a wish for Eli.
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I wish for a bike.
Darvianna Seizure Disorder

The wind rushes through Darvianna’s hair as the world rushes by in a blur. With a unicorn helmet on her head and the road in front of her, it seems like nothing is impossible. Darvianna’s new mobility bike has given her the freedom that she has been missing.
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I wish to star in a WWII movie.
Jacob, 7 Wilm's tumor

Make-A-Wish® Greater Los Angeles and a team of volunteer writers, producers, directors and actors joined forces to make Jacob’s wish come true, producing a 12-minute black-and-white film.
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I wish to be a celebrity.
Grace, 11 Rhabdomyosarcoma

Make-A-Wish® arranged a five-day experience for her. During that time, she was styled, made up, photographed and “chased” by camera-carrying fanatics.
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I wish to be a police officer.
Alan, 6 Leukemia

The handcuffs tighten around Hector’s wrists. He lowers his head, trying his best to play the role of captured fugitive.
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I wish for a play set!
Danielle, 6 Malignant neoplasms of the kidney
Danielle's play set wish reveal was a fun-filled surprise party and play time for the whole family.

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I Wish to be a Supermodel for a Day
Jasmin, 10 Brain Tumor
Flash! Flash! Flash! The photographer clicks frame after frame as Jasmin smiles and poses for the camera.

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I Wish to go to the Florida Theme ParksJade, 5 Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia
For the first time ever, Jade has memories about her life that don’t revolve around her struggle against leukemia.

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I wish to go to Maui.
Breana, 11Pulmonary Disease
Breana lets the plane take her away from the daily challenges of cystic fibrosis to the tropical paradise of her dreams – a family vacation in Maui. She revels in the exotic scenery with her mother and two older sisters.
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I Wish to have a Tandem Bicycle.Arianna, 14Retts syndrome
As her mother straps her into the seat, 14-year-old Arianna takes in her brand-new tandem bike. The two-seater is painted a beautiful shade of purple and even displays a Make-A-Wish® sign on the front. Yet, the best thing about Arianna’s new bike is that it was custom-built just for her.
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Prolacta Walks The Walk

On Saturday, June 21, Prolacta walked the walk to make wishes come true. Click 'Read More' to find out more about the event.... Read More

Donor Proceeds
$1 for every qualified ounce of milk is donated to Make-A-Wish®. Make-A-Wish grants the wishes of children between the ages of 2 ½ to 18 with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy. Born in 1980 when a group of caring volunteers helped a young boy fulfill his dream of becoming a police officer, Make-A-Wish is now the largest wish-granting charity in the world, with 62 chapters in the United States and its territories.

With the help of generous donors and more than 27,000 volunteers, Make-A-Wish grants a wish somewhere in the country every 37 minutes and has granted more than 254,000 wishes in the U.S. since inception. For more information about Make-A-Wish, visit and discover how you can help their wish-granting efforts in your community.

Your Breast Milk Donation has the Power to Grant Wishes of Children with Life-Threatening Medical Conditions and Save Premature Babies!

Our mission is the unique integration of two very compelling goals: to collect excess breast milk from qualified donors for premature infants, and simultaneously give back to the community in a significant and meaningful way by financially supporting selected charities based on the amount of donated milk received.

You Help Save Critically Ill, Premature Babies' Lives

Your breast milk donation has the power to help grant wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions and save premature babies. We collect excess breast milk so Prolacta can make human milk products for critically ill, premature infants who are hospitalized in the neonatal intensive care unit. Milk for Wishes Milk Bank is operated by Prolacta Bioscience®, a for-profit company. These specialty formulations are sold to hospitals for use in neonatal intensive care units around the country. For more information about where your breast milk donation goes visit

Your Breast Milk Donation Helps Grant Wishes

We make your donation work harder. For every ounce of qualified breast milk collected through Milk for Wishes Milk Bank from December 1, 2015 to November 30, 2016, Prolacta will contribute $1 to Make-A-Wish to help grant the wishes of children like Eli who are battling life-threatening medical conditions, with a guaranteed minimum donation of $30,000. For more information about Make-A-Wish, visit

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