Make a wish
In 2018, Make-A-Wish partnered with the Driven Project to provide life-changing supercar therapy experiences for Canadian children battling critical illnesses.
Impact of The Driven project
In 2018, The Driven Project partnered with the Make-A-Wish Foundation, sharing a common goal of helping children find the strength they need to fight critical illness.
Through the Driven Project and Make A Wish collaboration, we merged the exhilarating world of supercars with the magic of wish granting, creating unforgettable memories for families with children with critical illnesses.
That day, the Make-A-Wish and Driven Projects partnership granted critically and chronically ill children’s wishes by providing them with an exhilarating supercar ride throughout Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Frequently Asked Questions
Make-A-Wish Foundation is a nonprofit organization that grants life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses.
Nope! Driven Project and Make-A-Wish are both individual 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations that operate entirely separately.
Although a supercar therapy experience can be provided through a wish referral, parents with critically ill children who wish to nominate their child for a supercar therapy experience can also complete the nomination form found on our site here.
The Make A Wish Foundation helps fulfill the unique wishes of children with critical illness, and Driven Project provides critically ill children with transformative ‘supercar therapy’ experiences.
Driven Project and Make-A-Wish Foundation share similar eligibility criteria, which is what has made us ideal partners in the past in providing children with a critical illness and the experience of a lifetime.
In order for a child to be eligible for a wish or a supercar therapy experience, a child must be:
- Between the ages of 2 /12 and 18
- Be a legal Canadian, American, or Australian resident. an
- Diagnosed with a critical illness that meets our eligibility criteria, including certain serious genetic and neurological diagnoses.
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Superhero mom to Evan
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