He has spent many years of his childhood living with sickle cell disease, which affects the red blood cells, and had a stem cell transplant in 2016.
He turned to us to grant his One True Wish, to be a guard at Buckingham Palace, and was treated like a real VIP on the day. He watched the changing of the guard up close and was granted special access inside the gates of Buckingham Palace.
George, who is living with Spinal Muscular Atrophy Type 2, wished to be a Green Lantern. On his action-packed wish, George not only met the Green Lantern, but helped him to fight off bad guys Joker and Bane to rescue Spiderman, Batman and Batgirl.
Jack went to the Dorchester Hotel in London for his wish to be a millionaire for the day. He turned to us to grant his One True Wish after he was diagnosed with a tumour in his spinal cord.
On the day of his wish, Jack together with older brother, Joseph, Mum, Vicky and Dad, Ricky, travelled down from Yorkshire to spend a long weekend in London, staying at the five-star Dorchester hotel.They checked in to the exclusive Suri Suite at The Dorchester, complete with its own dining room, cinema room and butlers.
Many of the children that turn to us wish to meet a celebrity. Take a look at some of the awesome celebrity wishes we've granted where wish children get to meet their celebrity hero; from Dan TDM, to Steve Backshall, to Liverpool Manager Jurgen Klopp.
We granted Emily's wish to have a violin masterclass with classical violinist Nicola Benedetti MBE. Emily has been playing violin since she was seven. Her wish was to have a mini masterclass with classical violinist Nicola Benedetti, MBE. They spent time together at the Royal Albert Hall and Nicola gave lots of hints and tips before they played one of Emily's favourite pieces of music together. Emily said, "It's such an incredible experience. It's something I'll always remember because it not something that happens every day."
When a seriously ill child is granted a wish, they see that anything is possible. It gives them and their family the emotional strength they desperately need to fight their condition and hope to face their future – whatever it might hold.