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Make-A-Wish plans to raise €1.4 million

30th December, 2014

Irish charity Make-A-Wish will undertake a major fundraising drive next year with a view to tackling a waiting list of more than 200 children whose families have sought its help.

The charity grants wishes to children with life-threatening medical conditions. Its recent agm heard that in 2014 it had raised over €1.2 million, but hoped to increase that to over €1.4 million in 2015.

Chief executive Susan O’Dwyer said the charity will complete 150 wishes this year, but...

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