Impacting lives. One wish at a time.

Inspired by our vision to impact world health and free people from physical and financial pain, Isagenix® is proud to be a supporter of Make-A-Wish®.

Since 1980, Make-A-Wish has been granting the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions. A wish come true helps children feel stronger, more energetic, more willing and able to battle their illnesses. For many of them, it marks a turning point in their fight to get better. For hundreds of thousands of children around the world, having their heartfelt wishes come true can make all the difference in the world.

Isagenix is dedicated to helping children and is excited to be a part of making wishes a reality for kids. We know a wish gives hope, strength and joy to the children, their families and to those of us committed to helping people in need. Isagenix Associates in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, and Hong Kong have the opportunity to make tax-deductible donations to Make-A-Wish to impact young lives in their own communities.

About Make-A-Wish

Make-A-Wish grants the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy. The impact of a wish experience spans a lifetime; strengthening children as they fight their illness, encouraging their families and inspiring their communities. Based in Phoenix, Make-A-Wish is one of the world’s leading children’s charities, serving children nearly 50 countries on five continents. With the help of generous donors and more than 32,000 volunteers worldwide, Make-A-Wish has granted nearly 350,000 wishes since its inception in 1980. Visit Make-A-Wish America at or Make-A-Wish International at to learn more.

If you’re an Isagenix Associate and want to support Make-A-Wish, you can make a pledge by filling out the contribution form in your Back Office, or by contacting Isagenix Customer Service. Automatic contributions are easy, just add them to your autoship or give a small donation on your next order. If you’re an Isagenix customer, ask your Independent Isagenix Associate how you can get involved.

Daniela 8, acute lymphoblastic leukemia

Daniela 8, acute lymphoblastic leukemia

"I wish to have a Yorkshire terrier puppy"

Life was a lot different before Daisy arrived. Daniela was in the middle of the hardest days anyone could imagine – diagnosed with leukemia before her seventh birthday, all the trips to the hospital, even losing her hair.

But the worst days are behind. And even the most difficult of Daniela’s treatments are a little easier to face. That’s because of Daisy. You wouldn’t believe how much of a difference a Yorkshire terrier puppy can make for a kid like Daniela.

That’s because of Daisy. You wouldn’t believe how much of a difference a Yorkshire terrier puppy can make for a kid like Daniela.

The transformation started with a visit from Make-A-Wish® volunteers. They offered her the chance to make any wish. Just like that, Daniela had a promise of something good in her future – the promise of her own puppy.

Months later, Daniela returned home from a walk with her aunt and uncle. She found her house full of unexpected visitors – and one new member of the family … four-month-old Daisy.

That afternoon, Daisy became Daniela’s reason to stay strong during her treatments. Daniela is determined to enjoy every day with Daisy, who is a source of never-ending happiness.

Daniela still works hard to get better. But with every month that passes, she needs a little less medical attention. And that means more time for Daisy – and more time to be a regular kid once again.

Dhanush, 7, chronic neutropenia

Dhanush, 7, chronic neutropenia

“I wish to go visit the doctor who saved my life”

Orange County & Inland Empire

Nobody knew why Dhanush was sick. But Dr. Carmen Weeber-Morse was determined to find out. The tests she ordered and the specialists she contacted were the first steps in saving Dhanush’s life. It gave him the chance to overcome severe chronic neutropenia, a rare illness that had confounded every other medical professional who’d examined Dhanush.

Dhanush survived. Today, Dr. Weeber-Morse keeps in touch with him, even after he moved from Ohio to California. Their relationship started with his Make-A-Wish® experience. He knows her actions saved his life. He asked Make-A-Wish volunteers to reunite him with Dr. Weeber-Morse so he could show her the impact of her care. Make-A-Wish volunteers say Dr. Weeber-Morse had tears in her eyes when they told her about Dhanush’s wish.

The local media watched as the two greeted each other for the first time in years. Dhanush gave Dr. Weeber-Morse a Best Doctor award … his own spin on an Academy Award. He also gave her a digital camera so they could take photos of their reunion.

Her role in Dhanush’s wish is a constant reminder for Dr. Weeber-Morse: Her work changes lives – and can even inspire kindness in others. Dhanush found a role model in his doctor – and she also found a patient that she can look up to.

Lauren, 4, Cancer

Lauren, 4, Cancer

"I wish to give back comfort and hope"

Metro New York and Western New York Chapter

A stuffed bunny blanket can turn a bad day into a good day. Just ask Lauren. Her bunny blanket – a gift from her aunt and uncle – always makes her feel better. Radiation treatments, chemotherapy and living with one kidney are still hard. But her bunny blanket makes her braver than she can ever be alone.

One day, Lauren meets volunteers from Make-A-Wish® . They ask what her one true wish would be. She doesn’t want to be, to go, to have, or to meet.

She wants to give.

Lauren imagines a bunny blanket like hers for each patient in the hospital … steadfast, plush-furred allies to help them all get through the toughest times of their lives. Each one hand-delivered by someone who knows every fear, every sleepless night.

Her big day arrives. Lauren leads the way as her helpers push a cart overflowing with stuffed bunny blankets, each her gift of hope and comfort to hospital patients. She hugs each bunny before she hands it to each patient. When she offers bunnies to the older kids, she worries: Are they too grown-up for a bunny? Do they like it?

Yes, they do. They understand, as only those facing a life-threatening condition can. Each gift of a blanket leaves giver and recipient smiling – not to mention everyone who witnesses Lauren’s acts of kindness.

Lauren’s mom, Marlena, is overcome with pride. She knows her daughter just made the world better.

“I’ve always said ‘when I grow up, I want to be like Lauren,’” she says. “I can only hope.”

As Lauren grows up, she can remember her wish and all it accomplished. She can know that it’s possible to change lives. And she can find the strength to overcome her own challenges.