Honoring our military heroes and families
Every Veteran and military family member deserves to be honored for their service and sacrifice. But many are disconnected from the people and events that have defined their lives.
Wishes connect & empower
We help Veterans and their families find peace and fulfillment to age with hope and joy.
Ophelia honors her father in Washington D.C.
Ophelia credits so much to her father’s great influence, who served with the 9223rd TSU in the US Army during World War II.
Her wish was to honor him by visiting the memorials and monuments of our nation’s capital.
Rodge flies in a P-51 Mustang again
Lieutenant Colonel Marion “Rodge” Rodgers served his country as a Tuskegee Airman in the 99th Fighter Squadron on active duty during World War II.
Rodge’s wish was to take flight again in the plane he flew for 22 years while serving his country.
Rex retraces his father’s WWII footsteps in Bastogne
Rex was inspired to serve by his father, becoming a Commissioned Officer and Naval Aviator.
His dream was to retrace his father’s footsteps as a paratrooper in the 101st Airborne Division during World War II in Bastogne.
Annette honors her husband at Marine Corps museum
For 35 years, Annette stood steadfastly by her husband’s side and raised their family while he served in the U.S. Marine Corps.
Her wish was to honor his memory and visit Semper Fidelis Memorial Park to see his engraved memorial brick.
Bradley rekindles memories on the USCGC Venturous
A third-generation U.S. Coast Guardsman, Bradley made so many incredible memories while serving his country at sea.
Bradley’s wish was to return to his Coast Guard ship to relive his experiences before Dementia could steal them away.
With each life-changing wish granted for Veterans and their families, we do much more than make someone’s day.
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