An eight-year-old with a rare disease got his wish on Tuesday and it was a day like no other for him and his family.
A ninth grader from Michigan, undergoing monthly treatments for leukemia, asked the Make-A-Wish Foundation to set him up for a day on the slopes with Jake Burton.
Since her diagnosis in April, Dakota Kisling, 14, never imagined she would have the opportunity to model in a fashion show. A charitable organization helped the Lakewood teen walk her first runway on Dec. 10 in Colorado Springs.
Christmas came early for one very deserving little boy from Broomfield.
A young cancer patient and hockey fan celebrated a lifelong wish that finally came true; he toured the Denver metro area with the Stanley Cup.
Colorado’s Olympic hero Missy Franklin got all dressed up Thursday night to emcee the Make-A-Wish Celebrity Waiter Dinner, and she brought some help.
Everybody has heard of the Make-A-Wish Foundation, which grants wishes to sick children. But former Olympian Jeremy Bloom has put a different spin on that concept — he’s enriching lives by granting wishes to senior citizens.
The Make-A-Wish Foundation is helping sick children shop for gifts for their family by bringing the merchandise to them.
A Colorado teenager who was born with a rare genetic disease that kept her from producing healthy bone marrow and later led to leukemia will have her wish come true.