Before Avery Maisel met Make-A-Wish, she'd only been to two states
A Lubbock family is already looking forward to their next trip to Disney World and they just got back.
It's been more than two months since a local steakhouse hosted its first-ever golf tournament benefiting Make-A-Wish.
A 3-year-old, whose spent a lot of her life in and out of hospitals, is more than deserving of a week at Disney World.
Cheyenne, 8, suffers from a life-threatening genetic disease.
A Lubbock boy, who will spend the next two years undergoing treatment for leukemia, recently returned from a week at Disney World.
Lubbock's newest movie theater is teaming up with Make-A-Wish for one night in August.
There are some kids who wish to meet Mickey Mouse.
A local boy, who's battling leukemia, will head to Disney World this week.
A local car wash gives back by donating a portion of its profits to Make-A-Wish.
The first-ever Las Brisas Summer Golf Classic was a success.
The focus at a luncheon earlier this month wasn't on winning or losing later on the golf course.
A local elementary school raised more than $8,000 for Make-A-Wish-- enough money to grant one child his or her wish.
A Levelland girl, whose wish to go to Hawaii was granted during Make-A-Wish's annual fundraising gala, recently returned from the Aloha State.
A local steakhouse is giving back.
The smiles around Lubbock are a lot whiter since March.
The average wish costs $8,000 and a local bank is hoping to raise exactly that, but they need your help to do it.
“Dress-up” days are popular fundraisers for school kids.
Wish granters are an important part of what Make-A-Wish does.
The Frenship Tigers were given a fundraising challenge and they exceeded expectations.
For two weeks, students at one Frenship middle school gave it all they had to raise money for Make-A-Wish.
Make-A-Wish's annual fundraising gala, Waltzing for Wishes, took place in March.
Some school wide assemblies are boring.
The boys who play basketball at Frenship are doing more than just shooting hoops.
Granting a wish is a magical moment, but getting to share it with 500 people, makes it even more special.
Make-A-Wish is continuing to grant wishes all across the South Plains.
Students from one Frenship ISD elementary school skipped class earlier this month, but they didn't get in trouble for it.
A Lubbock dentist is giving back.
Janette Ybarra, 18, wasn't sure about her wish at first.
He's a new realtor and new to this whole dancing thing too.
A local businessman, known for his cars, is giving back.
For many years, the Make-A-Wish Foundation has hosted an annual gala to raise money for the non-profit.
KAMC's Allison introduces us to Alexia.