Since 2002, Jewelers for Children has been an incredible supporter for Make-A-Wish International and Make-A-Wish India. In that time, JFC has donated more than $1.4 million to our organization, helping to grant wishes to thousands of children throughout India.
Claire's is an American retailer of accessories and jewelry primarily aimed toward girls and young women. It was founded in 1961 and is based in Hoffman Estates, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago.
As of October 27, 2012, Claire's has 3,469 stores in 36 countries: 1,947 in North America (United States and Canada), 1,141 in Europe (United Kingdom, France, Switzerland, Spain, Ireland, Austria, Germany, Netherlands, Portugal, Belgium, Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary, and Italy), and 381 franchised and licensed stores elsewhere in the world (Japan, Middle East, India, Mexico, Turkey, Ukraine, Greece, Serbia, Malta, Guatemala, El Salvador, Panama, Venezuela, and Dominican Republic).
The Evolution Championship Series (EVO or Evo) is an annual esports event that focuses exclusively on fighting games.
The nine games played at Evo 2017 were announced in January 2017 during a special announcement stream on Twitch.tv, with event co-founder Joey Cuellar discussing the inclusion of each game. The games set to be contested consisted of new releases, FGC contemporaries, and updated releases. A ninth game, a Player's Choice title, was later won by Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, after having donated the most money for Make-A-Wish International via Generosity.com.
Over the 15-day fundraiser, 2,594 people donated over $150,000 to the Make-A-Wish International.
The Smurfit Kappa Group plc is Europe's leading corrugated packaging company and one of the leading paper-based packaging companies in the world. It has around 43,000 employees across 33 countries - 21 in Europe, 12 in the Americas. Its global headquarters are in Dublin, with regional headquarters in Amsterdam and Miami.
Hertz and Make-A-Wish® Partner to Make Wishes Come True
Hertz supports Make-A-Wish in six countries across Asia Pacific
Driving for wishes
Hertz and Make-A-Wish are partnering as part of an ongoing initiative to help make wishes come true for children and teenagers with life-threatening illnesses.
Many of our wishes granted have a component where we need to rent cars to bring our wish children and their families to a destination they love to visit or to the airport. Hertz Asia Pacific will be providing Free of Charge rental vehicles for families travelling as part of their child’s wish, across six countries in the Asia Pacific. In addition, Hertz will also activate a series of fundraising and donation initiatives over the course of the year to help granting even more wishes.
We are excited about this new partnership and look forward to creating joint wish journeys for children in Asia Pacific - Thank you Hertz!
The United Charity Miles program allows customers to donate miles to Make-A-Wish, to help us fulfill our mission of granting wishes to children with life-threatening medical conditions around the world. United Airlines began as a sponsor of Make-A-Wish International in 2012 and has donated more than 4 million miles in the last year to help make wishes come true.
Humble Bundle has helped make wishes come true through their innovative business model of selling bundles of digital video games and comic books where prices are determined by the customer. Humble Bundle customers can select a portion of the proceeds to benefit a charity, including Make-A-Wish. The partnership began in 2014 and Make-A-Wish has since been selected for several bundles including games by SEGA, Square Enix and Dynamite, and has received over $500,000 in donations.