Make-A-Wish, Disney partner to help kids in Israel

The "MickyWish" bracelet, made with the specific intent of raising money for children being cared for by Make-A-Wish, is being sold online and at “Terminal X” shops across Israel for about NIS 20.

 Poster detailing the collaboration between Make-A-Wish, Disney, FOX apparel, and others. (photo credit: ERAN LEVI)
Poster detailing the collaboration between Make-A-Wish, Disney, FOX apparel, and others.
(photo credit: ERAN LEVI)

Make-A-Wish Israel and its partner Disney are collaborating with the FOX Group’s 700 retail stores throughout the country  to fulfill the wishes of children in Israel between 3-18 with critical illnesses.

The iconic MickyWish unisex bracelet is in the stores now and available online at Terminal X for NIS 19.90.

All of the profits of this item will go directly to sick children.

“There is nothing that warms my heart more than to see the abundance of people all over the county buying this beautiful item and knowing that more wishes will come true as a result.” Denise Bar-Aharon - Founder and CEO of Make-A-Wish Israel.

"There is nothing that warms my heart more than to see the abundance of people all over the county buying this beautiful item and knowing that wishes will come true as a result."

Make-A-Wish founder and CEO Denise Bar-Aharon

A call to action

 Noa Kirel in her visit to Safra Children's Hospital (credit: SHEBA MEDICAL CENTER) Noa Kirel in her visit to Safra Children's Hospital (credit: SHEBA MEDICAL CENTER)

Global Make-A-Wish Ambassador Noa Kirel, Ambassador Yuval Shamla, and Board members, Dvir Benedek and Lior Kalfon all took part in an advertisement that began airing this week on TV and in all Cinema City theaters featuring Wish child Alma.

To hear more about Make-A-Wish and how you can get involved, go to makeawishisrael.org.il or call (972)547007066To purchase the bracelet today https://bit.ly/3tzglAw