Make A Wish Foundation Grants The Wishes Of 18 Children Battling Heart Disease In Abu Dhabi


Today, the Make A Wish Foundation celebrated World Heart Day in the United Arab Emirates by fulfilling the desires of 18 kids who suffer from chronic heart conditions.

Wishes included a new Barbie dream house, a Umrah trip, and more…

The children’s requests were granted, including the chance to visit Bosnia and complete Umrah rituals, the newest technology, new toys, an electric automobile, and a Barbie doll house.

Wishes can be anything the child wants, from meeting a celebrity to traveling to a special place to having a unique experience. Make-A-Wish volunteers work tirelessly to make each wish come true, and the organization has a proven track record of success.

Research has shown that wishes have a number of benefits for children with critical illnesses. Wishes can help to improve a child’s mood, reduce stress, and increase their quality of life. Wishes can also give children a sense of hope and control over their lives, which can be especially important during a difficult time.

The Make-A-Wish Foundation is a nonprofit organization that grants the wishes of children with critical illnesses. It was founded in 1980 and has granted over 520,000 wishes worldwide. Make-A-Wish operates in nearly 50 countries around the world through 39 international affiliates.



The foundation held the event at Sheikh Khalifa Medical City, a division of Abu Dhabi Health Services Company (SEHA) Network, a PureHealth subsidiary and the largest healthcare platform in the Middle East.

The celebration was held in the presence of Dr. Mugheer Khamis Al Khaili, Chairman of the Department of Community Development in Abu Dhabi, and Sheikha Noor bint Fahim bin Sultan Al Qasimi, Member of the Board of Trustees of the Make a Wish Foundation.


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