Benefiting Make-A-Wish® Orange County and the Inland Empire

 

 

 

Join Make-A-Wish® supporters in our community and raise money to grant wishes for children with critical illnesses. These life-changing wishes are only possible because of supporters like you. All participants are encouraged to raise money to help grant wishes of kids in our community. Last year, Make-A-Wish granted more than 15,600 wishes nationwide — that's one every 34 minutes. We are dedicated to making every eligible child's wish come true — register and fundraise today and you can be a big part of making that happen.

 

As of today, we are still looking forward to hosting the Make-A-Wish Softball Tournament on May 16.

At Make-A-Wish, the health and safety of our community, including our wish families, corporate partners, volunteers and employees, is our number one priority. We will continue to monitor guidance from national and international public health and government organizations, including the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), World Health Organization (WHO) and U.S. State Department. We will keep you updated with the latest information regarding this event.  

Thank you for your support as we work to grant the wish of every medically eligible child in our community

 

 

TEAM DETAILS:

  • To participate, all teams must donate and/or fundraise a minimum of $2,500 by April 15th to participate in the tournament. All donations will benefit Make-A-Wish Orange County and the Inland Empire.
  • The tournament is a 3 Game Guarantee with Single Elimination Playoff Games for qualifying teams.
  • Teams are 10 person minimum, 15 person maximum with at least two females on each team.
  • All players must be 15 years or older to play - parent signature required up to 18 years old.
  • Lunch and soft drinks will be provided for rostered teams.
  • Bats and gloves will not be provided.
  • Teams are encouraged to get creative with their team uniforms.
 
 

 

 

Brandon
Cystic Fibrosis

 

15-year-old Brandon didn’t let his cystic fibrosis keep him from completing the obstacle course during his wish to be a Navy SEAL.

 

 

 

 

Emmalee
AML

 

13-year-old Emmalee wished to take her family to a tropical resort.