Make Memories


Wishes make memories that last many lifetimes. We can’t make them without you.

The #MakeMemories nationwide campaign has been launched by Make-A-Wish Ireland across television, radio, online and print. The campaign centres on how Make-A-Wish grant wishes that last many lifetimes. The campaign is designed to raise awareness about the powerful impact that these wishes can have and how their impact can last many lifetimes. There are four distinct types of wishes that are available for children. ‘I wish to go’, ‘I wish to have’, ‘I wish to be’ and ‘I wish to meet’. 

The advertising campaign for Make-A-Wish Ireland was made possible with the generous support and expertise of Irish International, PHD Media, Red Rage Films, Screen Scene and Avondale Studios. The television advertisement is also sponsored by Mitsubishi Electric.

We’ve granted the wishes of more than 1,900 Irish children living with life-threatening medical conditions – we rely heavily on people like you to make those wishes come true. Please support us by donating now.

Make-A-Wish Ireland is signed up to the Triple Lock for Charities which includes:

-The Statement of Guiding Principles for Fundraising

-The Governance Code for the Community, Voluntary and Charitable Sector in Ireland

-SORP, the Statement of Recommended Practice, Accounting and Reporting by Charities

We publish our annual report and audited accounts on our website every year so our supporters can see how their donations have been spent. Click here to view our latest annual report.

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- The Governance Code for the Community, Voluntary and Charitable Sector in Ireland
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