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Make Wishes Come True

Things Remembered has been making wishes come true for 16 years through Make-A-Wish®. Our dedication to helping grant wishes inspires our yearly gift collection of ornaments, water globes, jewelry and Christmas accessories. For every purchase from our Make A Wish collection, Things Remembered will donate $2, with a minimum guaranteed donation of $150,000 to Make-A-Wish. Share in our tradition of wishes and dreams - give from the Make-A-Wish gift line this holiday season.

"A lot of people secretly Wish they were a rock star, and I'm not exception." - Cindy Crawford

The most fantastic, magical things can happen and it all starts with a wish.

Come with me and catch the stars!

When you Wish upon a star, you might just become one.

Hang this lovely ornament on your tree!

Personalized Make-A-Wish® Gold Leaves & Vines Mirror Jewelry Box

Every gift from a friend is a Wish for your happiness.

Personalized Make-A-Wish® "Wish" Necklace With Free Keepsake Box, Add Your Message

Star light, star bright, wish upon a star tonight.

Meet Olivia, our 2009 wish child. Olivia was born with a heart condition. She had a stroke and five open heart surgeries. Despite all that, she is a happy little girl with a growl of a giggle. She loves miniature golf, swimming and playing with friends. (She wouldn't brag about it, but we will: she has a hole-in-one on her golfing resume!) When Olivia's wish was granted last summer, it was the first time she went anywhere that didn't involve doctors, a hospital visit or an invasive procedure.

With your help, Make-A-Wish can grant the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions. Please Donate Today! In addition to your generous donation we offer a line of Make-A-Wish gifts. For every purchase of one of our Make-A-Wish collectibles, we'll donate $2 of the purchase price, with a minimum guaranteed donation of $150,000, to Make-A-Wish.

Make wishes and catch dreams with this homemade Dream Catcher perfect for little crafters!

The very first Make-A-Wish® ornament with Things Remembered from 1998! Things Remembered makes a donation for every Make-A-Wish collectible ornament sold.

Don't just count your blessings, ENGRAVE THEM! We love this Make-A-Wish® Gold Spiral Heart Tree for the holidays! Things Remembered will donate $2 of the purchase price.

Give the gift of granted wishes with this adorable paw prints water globe! These cute pups are part of the Things Remembered Make-A-Wish® holiday collection, so $2 of each purchase helps grant wishes for kids with life-threatening medical conditions.

Meet Sara, our 2010 wish child. All nine-year-old Sara wanted was a laptop to help take her mind off the struggles she faces as she battles a blood disease. But even when she's hurting, this is how she looks - smiling, laughing and trying to get you to do the same. She says she's just an ordinary kid. We think she's extraordinary.

This gold-brushed key chain opens like a locket to reveal a photo and engraved message! $2 from each purchase goes to Make-A-Wish®, too!

Meet Emily, our 2008 wish child. Emily and her family list their trip to Hawaii as one of the best experiences they've ever had. Emily was featured in Things Remembered stores during the 2008 holiday season. At the time, she was enduring treatments for leukemia. Emily says she'd like to thank Things Remembered and Make-A-Wish® for their support. that helped her get well!

Meet Bailey, our 2011 wish child. Eight-year-old Bailey's wish to go to New York and have tea with her doll Julie at the American Girl store came true. Suddenly, she was able to forget about her Pre-b Acute Lymphoblastic Lymphoma for a little while and laugh. Just as she's made so many people laugh with her infectious sense of humor that delights and charms all who meet her. Help grant more wishes like Bailey's with your donation.

Meet Anastasia, our 2012 wish child. Nine-year-old Anastasia's wish was to sing in front of famous people in Hollywood. Make-A-Wish® flew her from Ohio to California and she appeared on a morning television show that was aired nationwide!