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Make A Wish Saskatchewan

Make-A-Wish® Saskatchewan is pleased to announce their Wish Heroes Campaign. For every dollar raised, Blue Cross will match up to $25,000, essentially granting 5 wishes.  Saskatchewan Blue Cross is a proud supporter of wishes here in Saskatchewan, having donated over $85,000 since 2006.  At the conclusion of the 2021 Wish Heroes Campaign, they will have granted 11 wishes to medically eligible children across the province.

“Since our inaugural season, The Saskatchewan Rush Lacrosse Club has been a proud supporter of Make A Wish Saskatchewan, through experiences at our games and player vists.  If you’re able to, please contribute to the Saskatchewan Rush Wish Hero Campaign, helping to raise awareness and funds to grant upcoming wishes for children across Saskatchewan. We set a goal of $5,000 and we need your help to get there #RushNation. Now, more than ever, it's important that every child gets their wishes fulfilled.” – Andrea Glieheisen, VP Marketing & Partnerships Saskatchewan Rush 

Make-A-Wish® Foundation of Canada creates life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses. They 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

Lennon is an adorable 5-year old girl who loves Blippi, the water and collecting things in nature (like rocks and flowers). She likes to play with her train set, watch ladybugs in jars, playing in the snow and going for walks in the forest. She has dogs, ponies, horses, donkeys, pigs and chickens.

She loves to help collect the eggs from the chickens and will even take them sledding with her in the winter. Chickens are her favourite farm friends - which is why her wish is to have a chicken coop. Not just any chicken coop; it must have a teeter totter, a swing (for the chickens), a room for the chickens to meet, a room for the bunnies to come visit, an incubator with a timer, and of course, the rooster has to have his own room.