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2022 Sweet Dreams Dessert Promotion

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Grant life changing wishes, one dessert at a time!

Make-A-Wish BC & Yukon would like to invite you to the Sweet Dreams Dessert Promotion, a community wide effort to grant the wishes of children dealing with critical illnesses through dessert sales! Through April - August proceeds from the participating restaurants below will be donated to Make-A-Wish BC & Yukon. So mark your calendars and follow us on social media for regular updates on promotions!


Help make a child's wish come true by visiting the participating restaurants in your area today!

Cactus Club Cafe

Between April 25 - May 1, $1 from every dessert will be donated to Make-A-Wish. To find a location near you, visit their website.


Boulevard Kitchen & Oyster Bar

Throughout April and May, $1 from every dessert will be donated to Make-A-Wish. 


Burgoo Bistro

Throughout May, Burgoo Bistro will make a donation for every dessert sold at their four locations in Metro Vancouver.


SinAmen Bun Co.

From May 10th until June 30th, $1 of every bun featured weekly will be donated to Make-A-Wish. 


The Westin Bayshore Vancouver - H Tasting Lounge

From May 23 - 27, the Westin Bayshore will donate $1 from every Cotton Candy & Cream Puffs dessert sold at the H Tasting Lounge and will also match the final donation total.



Benanna Bakery

From May 24 - 28, $2 of every Vanilla Slice dessert sold at the Benanna Bakery will be donated to Make-A-Wish.


Additional Supporters

If you are interested in participating with Make-A-Wish BC & Yukon for the 2022 Sweet Dreams Dessert Promotion or have any questions, please contact Victoria MacLellan at or by phone at (604)-688-7944.

We need your help to make sure than when life returns to normal, no child must wait for their already delayed wish. There is no time to waste for these children and their families - they are counting on all of us. Please donate generously today and help us be ready to honour every child and every wish.


Would you like to fundraise at home? - Whether you prefer making cupcakes, banana bread or cookies - once you've cooked up a storm, sell your tasty treats to help us grant life-changing wishes for children who really need them.

Click here to try out a few easy recipes!


Meet Abbey

Abbey, an 11-year old aspiring baker, has battled Billary Atresia since she was born. Her life has consisted of long hospital stays, with two liver transplants to date, and a lot of isolation. Even from home, Abbey has to constantly monitor her health, which means it isn't always easy to spend time playing with her friends or at school. Despite her condition and isolation, Abbey has a kind and caring personality, and she's always loved baking with her Dad and watching cooking shows for inspiration.

When she first learned her wish would be granted, Abbey knew she wanted to combine her two great loves - her best friends and baking. In her selfless way, she decided to plan, prepare and host a high tea with five of her friends, to thank them for their support throughout her health journey. Leading up to her special day, Abbey had a great time planning her event, even putting a storyboard together for how the day should look and feel.

Abbey's wish is the start of a new phase in her life, with her mom Shirley saying, "This wish signifies the end of her illness."


About Make-A-Wish Canada: 

Make-A-Wish Canada creates life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses. We are on a quest to bring every eligible child's wish to life, because a wish is an integral part of a child's treatment journey. Research shows children who have wishes granted can build the physical and emotional strength they need to fight a critical illness. Headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona, Make-A-Wish is the world's leading children's wish-granting organization, serving children in every community in Canada, and in more than 50 countries worldwide.

Since 1983, Make-A-Wish Canada has granted over 35,000 wishes across the country, over 1,000 last year alone.

Visit today and find out about how you can help a child, their family and their entire community by creating possibilities. At this incredibly challenging time, help replace fear with confidence, sadness with job and anxiety with hope. 




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