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Do you know someone who would like to have a wish granted?

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Please fax to us locally at 520-749-5155


Arnold Hall....a 70 year old Veteran!! Thank you for your service Mr. Hall! His only wish was to be reunited with this truck! I am honored to have made this wish come true! Lisa

Granting Wishes One Smile at a Time!





Greetings Everyone,
We would like to introduce you to a lovely lady named Vicki. As a resident of the St. Luke's Home, Vicki spends her time volunteering at the front desk, answering phones and greeting visitors. Vicki contacted Twilight Wish Foundation and put in a special request for a new set of teeth. At the time, she was missing most of her teeth and in desperation had to wear her sister's dentures just so she could eat a decent meal. Thanks to the generosity and wonderful heart of Dr. Mark Dindal of SILVERBELL DENTAL
, Vicki now has a beautiful smile. We cannot express our gratitude enough for the kind folks at SILVERBELL DENTAL who spent many hours doing the extractions, impressions and final dentures for Vicki.
Vicki's transformation has been amazing, she is so much happier and you can see her smiling throughout the halls of Saint Luke's everyday, It truly has made all the difference in her confidence and outlook on life.
We need your support to continue making our world a nicer place to age, one wish at a time. Your donations will be used to help us continue to grant wishes like Vicki's and many others.

Armory Park Christmas

Christmas at Armory Park

Twilight Wish Arizona held a Christmas party at Armory Park and granted some wishes too!

roseRose and Wish Recipients

lunch Waiting for lunch

gifts Gifts for all

elves Santa came and brought the elves with him!


Twilight Wish Tricycle



Catalina Village



U of A Softball Game

John, 80, an elderly resident of Tucson and a huge softball fan, had his wish to attend a University of Arizona softball game granted, thanks to the Arizona chapter of national nonprofit Twilight Wish Foundation.

John, was a season ticket holder for the University of Arizona’s softball team for years.  Due to health problems, he can no longer attend games on a regular basis and requires a wheelchair to get around.  His wish was to attend one more softball game at Hillenbrand Memorial Stadium to cheer on his beloved Wildcats!

A Navy veteran, he volunteered throughout his life, serving as Boy Scout Master for four years.  He also volunteered for 17 years at the Department of Economic Security’s adaptation station, making special furniture for the handicapped and has been an active member of the Builders Masonic Lodge #60 in Tucson for over 50 years.

His wish came true during the Wildcats’ last home game vs. UCLA on Saturday, May 15, 2010 at Hillenbrand Stadium.  Rose Muzzy, Director of the Arizona chapter of Twilight Wish, presented John with a wish certificate and Wildcats’ shirts and signed posters, donated by the University of Arizona.