FAQS

Our Wishes FAQs

If you need answers to your queries, please free to contact us and a member of our team will get back to you with a reply. We have provided answers to some of the more common questions below.

Our wishes give seriously ill children the chance to do something extraordinary. For many children, a wish is an opportunity to do something they never thought possible when life is tough. Children's wishes can range from being a princess for the day or meeting their hero, to going on a once-in-a-lifetime family holiday.  Whatever each child's wish is, we make the experience a truly individual and memorable one.

Click here to be directed to the Wish Process page, where you can contact us or download an application form.

Please direct the parents to our website or download the form and pass onto the family.  Please note we cannot accept an application form without a parental signature.

To have their wish granted, a child needs to be aged between 3 and 17 years, and living with a life-threatening medical condition. The child’s treating consultant makes the final determination of whether the child is medically eligible to receive a wish and whether the child is able to participate in the wish.

Conditions that generally qualify children for a wish include, but are not limited to, various forms of cancer, cystic fibrosis, heart disease, Duchenne muscular dystrophy and those in need of organ transplants. Children with chronic conditions like cerebral palsy, Crohn’s disease or spina bifida may qualify if their conditions are coupled with other complications and the combination is considered life-threatening.

A child needs to have reached their 3rd birthday before they can apply.  Teenagers should apply before their 18th birthday.