For over 13 years Fairy has supported Make-A-Wish® Ireland to make even more magical wishes come true.

Simply by purchasing one of the special Make-A-Wish Fairy Washing Up Liquid or Dishwasher Tablet packs in store, customers are helping Make-A-Wish grant magical wishes to children and young people living with life-threatening illnesses.

A wish is as powerful as a child’s own imagination so whether their wish is to be a princess or a zookeeper for the day, meeting their favourite celebrity or enjoying quality time with their family, Make-A-Wish can help make it happen. Make-A-Wish grants a remarkable number of magical Wishes every year, which would not be possible without all the Fairy Godmothers who help make these wishes comes true.

The Fairy Make-A-Wish range includes the new richer Fairy Original washing-up liquid and Fairy All-in-One dishwasher tablets, which come with a dash of Fairy Powerspray.

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