Wishes find a way to make the world better.

Every year, approximately 27,000 children are diagnosed with a critical illness. A wish experience can be a game-changer for these children, impacting not only the wish kids, but also their families, volunteers, donors, sponsors, medical professionals and communities.

A wish renews hope, uplifts spirits and encourages the belief in the impossible, giving kids the strength to fight against—and even overcome—a critical illness. A wish unites neighbors, friends and entire communities in life-changing experiences. When a wish comes true, it creates strength, hope and transformation for everyone involved.

Please help us sponsor more children’s wishes.

All of us at Service Experts are proud to be in our second year of supporting this worthy cause. As a team, we are hosting an array of creative fundraising efforts from company-wide Bowl-A-Thons, raffles, and t-shirt sales to local events like dunking booths, yard sales and snack stores. Some of our team members are volunteering as wish granters to help kids identify their one true wish. Others are donating money and encouraging their friends and family to do the same. All of us are united in wanting to make a life-changing difference for these kids, and we hope you will join us on our journey to make more wishes come true. We sincerely thank you for your support.

What Service Experts is doing right now.

In 2018, we committed $150,000, but with the help of our team members and the generous support of caring people like you, we were able to raise over $328,000! This year, we’ve committed $250,000 and hope to beat that goal yet again! We’ve already granted three more wishes—Reese and Logan are each going to a magical theme park! Aiden is going to London! And we are looking forward to granting more and more.

We want to say a special thanks to the kids and their families who allowed us to be part of their wish experience. We can only hope it has meant as much to them as it has meant to us. Please take a moment to learn about these special kids and what it’s meant to them and their families to have their wishes granted. As we are lucky enough to support more kids’ wishes, we will add their stories here. 

Families who receive wishes have dealt with the deepest stress and grief imaginable. Our trip really put the wind back in our sails and gave us the strength to get back on track.
Jerod Long, Jude's Father

Our Wish Kids

Adanini, Age 7
Sickle Cell Anemia
“I wish to go to the Florida theme parks”
Adanini is a sweet eight year-old from Scarborough, Toronto with a love for gymnastics and art.
Aiden, Age 9
Blood Disorder
“I wish to go to London”
Aiden is a nine year-old warrior from Castle Rock, Colorado who is living with a blood disorder. He loves watching basketball and playing board games.
Logan, Age 6
“I wish to go to the Florida theme parks”
Logan is an intelligent six year-old, London, Ontario boy living with cancer. He loves LEGO, Ninja Turtles and Harry Potter.
Payton, Age 11
Neurological Disorder
“I wish to go on a cruise”
Payton is a strong-willed, spirited eleven year-old from Lake Dallas, Texas who enjoys watching the football and watching movies.
Reese, Age 6
“I wish to go to the Florida theme parks”
Reese is a strong-willed, smart seven year-old from Plano, Texas living with leukemia. She enjoys dressing up as her favorite princesses and painting.
Victor, Age 11
Seizure Disorder
“I wish to have a colorful playhouse”
Victor is a happy eleven-year-old from Columbus, Ohio.
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