Tour de Wish Sundance
Inspired by the First Wyoming Wish
In 1985, 10-year-old Brian of Gillette wished to have a BMX bike. Brian’s wish was not only the first wish granted by Make-A-Wish Wyoming, but it began a legacy of serving children with critical medical conditions across the state for years to come.
Inspired by Brian, Make-A-Wish Wyoming is proud to present Tour de Wish, a series of 5k ride, run and walk events hosted in communities across Wyoming. We invite wish supporters to celebrate Brian’s wish and the over 560 wishes that have since been granted to Wyoming children at Tour de Wish Sundance on May 5, 2018 beginning at Sundance High School.
Walkers will start at 8 a.m., runners at 9 a.m. and bikers at 9:30 a.m.!
Transforming Lives Together
Currently, there are 36 Wyoming children facing critical medical conditions across the state whose wishes are in progress, including 3-year-old Oakley from Gillette.
Oakley was diagnosed with nervous system disorder at birth. His wish is to have a outdoor playground. With your support, wishes like Oakley’s and many more will be granted, bringing hope to Wyoming children when it is most needed.
Read more wish stories like Oakley’s and explore the impact of your contribution at wyoming.wish.org/wishes/wish-stories.
Tour de Wish Sundance would not be possible without the support of our generous sponsors. We thank each sponsor for being a part of Make-A-Wish Wyoming’s 1st Annual Tour de Wish Sundance. It is because of their continued support that wishes are possible!