Chris Greicius wish to be a police officer is granted. His wish inspires the creation of Make-A-Wish
Make-A-Wish Foundation of America is incorporated. President Ronald Reagan grants the first presidential wish to Amy
The "Stephanie in the Snow" video inspires the establishment of more chapters
Reader's Digest article, "They Bring Joy to Sick Kids," generates international awareness of Make-A-Wish
Make-A-Wish celebrates its 10th birthday and 10,000 wishes granted. Make-A-Wish receives the Citation for Volunteer Action Award from President George H.W. Bush
Make-A-Wish International is formed to serve countries outside of the U.S.
1996: The Make-A-Wish website, wish.org, goes live
Make-A-Wish now serves every community in the U.S. Wishbone logo is replaced with a swirl and star logo. Over 75,000 wishes granted
Make-A-Wish selected as one of "America's Greatest Brands"
First World Wish Day is celebrated around the world. Over 198,000 wishes granted
Make-A-Wish unveils brand refresh and establishes a permanent headquarters
Make-A-Wish has granted more than 500,000 wishes, with the support of more than 43,000 volunteers globally
Make a Wish establishes a new branch in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.