On April 29, more than 30 years to the day after a young leukemia patient named Chris was granted his wish to be a police officer for a day, Make-A-Wish supporters around the globe will celebrate World Wish Day, in honor of the wish that sparked a global wish-granting movement.
Make-A-Wish Greater Los Angeles, which is celebrating 30 years of granting wishes, officially unveiled its 2012 Season of Wishes Holiday Campaign and will hold its first "Weekly Wish Night" tomorrow (Tuesday, November 13) at 6 p.m. at The Grove in Los Angeles.
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Imagine the Nokia Theatre at L.A. Live filled to its rafters or the pavilions inside Dodger Stadium packed with an overflow crowd and you can visualize the number of children the Make-A-Wish Foundation® of Greater Los Angeles has granted heartfelt wishes for since its founding in April of 1983.