Thank You Night

March 12 | Megaron Athens Concert Hall

In 2023, we continued to fill what children and parents refer to as the “void “, what they experience after diagnosis or during the struggle to manage a chronic illness. This year, we were able to “fill” 316 voids.

The “filling” of the void transformed into FULFILLMENT!

On Tuesday 12 March we are waiting for you, so as not to be left… No Seat Empty!

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Wish Star

For schools, businesses or individuals!

This year marks the 23rd anniversary of the programme concerning a paper Wish Star available for a symbolic donation of 2€.

The proceeds of the programme, coming from the heartwarming response of the public, allow us to cover the expenses of the 1/3 of the wishes we grant annually.

In recent years, in addition to schools, the Wish Star has been implemented by numerous institutions and businesses.

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eShop

Magical gifts!

Discover the products of our e-shop and make a gift for a good cause! School supplies and linens, seasonal products and housewares, gifts and office supplies… You’ll find anything you can imagine!

Available on request and in large quantities for children’s parties and business gifts!

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Recent Wish Stories

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Great Sponsors

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