Throughout the year, Make-A-Wish® Middle Tennessee hosts several events. Our supporters also host exciting special events for us. Here is a look at some of the events hosted to help raise funds to grant wishes in our local community.
The purpose of the Wish Bench program is to highlight the lasting impact of a wish, while uniting and engaging the community. The ultimate goal of the program is to expand into all 38 counties served by Make-A-Wish Middle Tennessee. Currently, there are more than 200 kids waiting for their wishes. By sponsoring a bench, these organizations are reminding this community to share in the power of a wish. Thank you to all of our 2020 Summer of Wishes Bench Program participants!
Lifestyle blogger Landyn Hutchinson & Nashville Lifestyles raised more than $36,000 with Landyn's Favorite Things 2018.
Jalan's teammates celebrated his wish to produce and be the subject of an ESPN feature. They gathered to watch his ESPN "My Wish" segment and live appearance on SportsCenter.
Fallon's wish to go to Walt Disney World Resort was our chapter's 1500th wish!
The fifth annual Stars for Wishes event, hosted by radio personality Blair Garner, featured a menu from Chef Matt Bolus of The 404 Kitchen and entertainment from Journey's Jonathan Cain, Richard Marx and Brett Young.
The Nashville Predator's James Neal hosts an annual hockey clinic to raise money to grant wishes for Middle Tennessee kids.
Hunter Hayes, Randy Houser and Drake White were among the performers at Stars for Wishes 2016. MasterChef Junior champion Logan Guleff prepared the menu for the evening. Silent and live auctions rounded out the evening.
On Saturday, April 16, Make-A-Wish Middle Tennessee hosted Walk For Wishes presented by Franklin Kia. Nearly 1,000 participants gathered at Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park and raised over $125,000 to grant wishes to kids in Middle Tennessee.
On Saturday, June 7th, Make-A-Wish Middle Tennessee successfully hosted its inaugural Walk For Wishes. Nearly 200 participants walked a 2 mile loop around the Gateway Island trail and with the help of donors and sponsors raised over $57,000 to grant eight wishes to kids in Middle Tennessee.
Stars for Wishes was held Saturday, January 18, 2014 at The Omni Nashville. Featuring: Celebrity Chef Louis Osteen, Journey’s Jonathan Cain, Jerrod Niemann, & the Oak Ridge Boys; Silent and Live Auction.
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