Turn your rental into a wish come true. Rent with Avis using Avis Worldwide Discount (AWD) number H749900 and you can save up to 25%. Avis will also donate 5% of your rental to Make-A-Wish®. Visit avis.com/wish to learn more.
Chi Omega, the largest women’s fraternal organization in the world, raises money and awareness for Make-A-Wish throughout the year through a variety of events and fundraising activities. Chi Omega collegiate and alumnae chapters have raised over $20 million for our wish kids since 2001. For more information about how to participate at a school near you, please click here.
Colgate will donate 5 percent of the sales price of every children’s toothbrush sold to dental offices in the United States from January 1 – December 31, 2018 with a minimum contribution of $250,000 and a maximum contribution of $300,000. For more information, visit colgateprofessional.com/wish
Isagenix® will donate 50¢ to Make-A-Wish for each box of e+ energy shots sold. To learn more about these products, please visit isagenix.com/products.
NCAA Division II
NCAA Division II student athletes across the country raise money and awareness for Make-A-Wish throughout the year. Division II institutions use a variety of fundraising opportunities to increase donations for children with critical illnesses. For more information about how to join the efforts at an institution near you, please click ncaadii.wish.org.
Things Remembered holiday line of Make-A-Wish collectibles is released each fall with $2 per Make-A-Wish ornament and $5 per Make-A-Wish snow globe sold donated to Make-A-Wish. Things Remembered also participates in employee giving and collects donations for Make-A-Wish year-round with a minimum guarantee of $150,000. Visit thingsremembered.com for more information.
Watertree Health, a provider of prescription discount cards, will triple donations from $0.50 to $1.50 from June 11- July 8 benefitting Make-A-Wish. To get a free, pre-activated card, visit
watertreehealthcard.com/rxforwishes or text RXFORWISHES to 95577. For more information, click here to watch an informational video.