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#FriendLikeMe Challenge Helps Make Wishes Come True

Thank you for participating in the #FriendLikeMe challenge and supporting Make-A-Wish®. Your heartfelt wishes for someone also helped unlock life-changing wishes for children battling critical illnesses. We couldn't grant wishes without supporters like you.

Since 1980, Disney has helped Make-A-Wish grant more than 130,000 wishes – experiences that not only brighten lives for a special moment, but also help wish kids and their families replace fear with confidence, sadness with joy and anxiety with hope.

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Collectible Aladdin Wish Pin Benefits Make-A-Wish

Disney has created a special Aladdin Wish pin that will be sold exclusively at Disney stores and starting on May 24! For every pin purchased at a Disney store located in the U.S. or Canada and on through June 30, 2019, Disney will donate $1 to make wishes come true for more children.

Click here to order the collectible Aladdin wish pin.

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Disney and Will Smith Bring Magic to Every Wish through Make-A-Wish


wish kid Felipe


Meeting his favorite Disney character Aladdin and seeing the magic carpet filled Felipe with such joy that his parents say he still talks about his wish today.

wish kid Gabby


For a girl who's bravely fought leukemia, Gabbie's wish to have lunch with her favorite princesses carried her through the ups and downs of her illness long afterward. That's the magic of Disney.

wish kid Charlie


Even 12 years later, Charlie still cherishes his wish experience on the set with Will Smith. Will empowered him to believe that he can achieve anything he sets his mind to.


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For every public post with #FriendLikeMe from April 29-May24, 2019, Disney will donate $5 up to $1 million to Make-A-Wish to help grant life-changing wishes for children battling critical illnesses. This is all part of the Disney Team of Heroes commitment to deliver comfort and inspiration to families around the world. For more information, visit See Disney's Aladdin in theaters May 24.