Make-A-Wish® Italia Onlus this year decides to celebrate the World Wish Day in an unconventional way, choosing Creativi Digitali for the realization of a flash mob in Piazza San Carlo, on Wednesday the 29th of April 2015, with the patronage of Comune di Milano.

Make-A-Wish® Italia Onlus was born in September 2004 in order to let the wishes of sick children come true, helping them to find the strength to fight their daily battle, forget for one day their illness and return to be just a kid, with the help of a network of volunteers that covers all the national territory. In 10 years Make-A-Wish® Italia has realised more than 1112 wishes.

For the 10th anniversary of its foundation, and to celebrate in a spectacular and touching way the World Wish Day 2015 (day which, since 1980, remember the first granted wish of Chris Greicius, a 7 years old boy with leukemia who wanted to be a police officer for a day, and inspired the creation of Make-A-Wish® Foundation International), Make-A-Wish® Italia turned to Creativi Digitali for the realization of an unconventional event which involves all the people living in Milan and neighborhood, with a big flash mob in Piazza San Carlo.


“Light a star for MAKE-A-WISH®” will take place on Wednesday the 29th of April 2015, starting from 7:00pm in Piazza San Carlo in Milan; all the participants will receive bright blue bars, with which they are going to compose a huge star, the international symbol of Make-A-Wish®.

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You can find more detailed information on the article published on the blog of Flash Mob Milano, or directly on the pages of the official event on Facebook or Google+.