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Success During the 2009 holiday season we hand delivered approximately 550 specifically requested gifts to the children at Rancho Damacitas and to needy children through out the Temecula Valley, making their holiday dreams come true. We have granted wishes for children with life threatening illnesses as well as children with medical disabilities. Our 6th Annual Wishes for Children Classic Golf Tournament raised more than $36,000 and as always, 100% of those funds after expenses, were given directly to the kids of this community, as our organization’s helping hands- all those involved from our founder to project and event volunteers- draw no salary. Each and every volunteer gives 100% plus of their time and heart felt love to help the children in our community.

The Wishes for Children Foundation allocates nearly 100% of every dollar raised to assisting children in the Temecula Valley.

We’ve even seen the powerful effects the simple task of mentoring can provide, giving vision to children without immediate hope, giving them the strength and support for a successful future.

Through our fund raising events we give confidence to so many children by providing them with love and compassion.

Over the past three years our efforts have raised more than $100,000 for the children in this community.

We believe Pulling together as a community, providing for children in the Temecula Valley we believe will make a difference. The children we help will soon be the adults building and maintaining this precious area. Wishes for Children Foundation is committed to reach out to the community as their voice, their partner and their help with the sole desire to give strength, vision and a smile to our children.

Thank you for supporting this vision!

Wishes for Children is a non-profit organization that does not take in wages. Our Federal Id Tax Number is 501(c)(3) 83-0413542. We are strictly a volunteer organization with a strong desire to help the children in the Temecula Valley.

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