That's right, April 29 marks the 32nd anniversary of the first wish granted by the organization, and stars including Justin Bieber, Miley Cyrus, Jon Stewart and more all want you to celebrate. Justin Bieber Wants To "Make All Women Feel Like Princesses"
According to the World Wish Day website:
The creation of Make-A-Wish was inspired in the U.S. in 1980 by the fulfillment of a wish of a 7-year-old boy with leukemia named Chris Greicius, who wished to be a policeman. On April 29th, his mother, several friends and a group of police officers, with the cooperation of the Arizona Department of Public Safety, granted his wish with a custom-made uniform, helmet, badge, and helicopter ride. Chris's magical wish touched the entire community and inspired the beginning of the Make-A-Wish.
In the promotional video below, a slew of A-list celebs urge you to get in on the action by going to WorldWishDay.org to learn how your donation can help make a dream come true for a terminally ill child in a neighborhood near you. 10 Simple Steps To Make Your Dreams Come True
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