Please join us for a virtual 5K walk/run on Saturday May 22nd! We will be running in support of the US and Canadian Make a Wish Foundation.
To register, email email@example.com with your first and last name. We will be sending event updates along with a customizable runner’s bib!
To participate, we ask for a donation of any amount you feel appropriate. Submit using the “Support Me” button. 100% of donations go directly to Make-A-Wish.
Invite your friends and family to join our NAP family and send in your sweaty selfies to firstname.lastname@example.org. For those that would like to submit their time, we will be announcing a male and female first place winner. We ask that you submit a time and mileage tracker screenshot from your run to qualify.
Don’t wait for hope. Create it.
Over this last year, we’ve all had a glimpse of what it feels like to wait for hope. Plans have been delayed, we've been separated from our families, fear and isolation have permeated our lives – all due to circumstances beyond our control.
But the moment there is something to look forward to, everything begins to change. With hope, we find resilience. We rediscover joy. Hope strengthens us, connects us.
Hope empowers us to transform our own lives and the lives of those around us.
For children with critical illnesses, feelings of isolation and hopelessness are all too familiar. Hospital stays, doctor’s visits and painful treatments are their “new normal.” For them, finding hope in challenging circumstances is something they have been doing long before any of us heard the word “lockdown.”
They know that hope isn’t something that happens to us; it’s something we can create. Right now, helping more kids find hope is something we all have the power to do.
In these times, hope is essential for children with critical illnesses, and you can unlock its life-changing power today. By granting a wish, you give these kids so much more than a temporary escape. You give them a wellspring of strength to keep fighting for better days. And you give yourself a reason to feel hopeful again, too.
A child’s wish begins with hope – and hope begins with you.