Grant a wish
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Our Wishing Well program helps people we support achieve their dreams - from walking the hallowed turf of the MCG or a reunion with friends, to a ride on a steam train or a romantic Valentine’s dinner.
Each wish is as individual as it is special.
Bring hope, joy and happiness to a person’s life by making their dreams come true.
Nominate a Uniting AgeWell client today and the Wishing Well team will do their best to make it happen.
Alternatively, you can support the Wishing Well program by making a donation, or attending the Annual Uniting AgeWell Charity Golf Day, which raises funds for the Wishing Well.
It’s the special moments in life that count.
Find out more from our Wish Coordinator on (03) 9133 5012 or [email protected]
All Wishes are made possible through generous donations and funds raised at the annual Uniting AgeWell Charity Golf Day.
The phrase, ‘love and marriage go together like a horse and carriage’ seemed very apt when Fran and Arthur enjoyed a romantic carriage ride to celebrate Valentine’s Day.
Doris is a thrill-seeker. The Wishing Well program granted Doris’s wish to ride up Mt Wellington, Hobart on a Harley Davidson.
Jim and Marie had their heads in the clouds when they celebrated their 69th wedding anniversary. The Bendigo couple experienced their first ever plane flight for the special day.
Wishing Well helped Keith fulfill his Tiger Moth dream, by taking flight for the first time in 63 years.
Marty took a cruise on the Yarra River to see the city's skyline with her sons Jack and Phillip.
Gordon and Dorothy have a head for heights and a taste for adventure. So perhaps it was not surprising that they requested a ride on Melbourne’s Observation Wheel, located at Docklands, for their Wishing Well treat.
With the support of Wishing Well, Ray was able to keep up a long held tradition and host a special reunion luncheon for his friends at his new home, the Noble Park Community.
Pauline experienced a bit of 'Meerkat madness' at Hobart's ZooDoo Zoo with her friends.
Enid Speedie lived up to her name by taking a joyride in a motorbike sidecar, donning a leather jacket, sunglasses and a candy pink helmet for her adventure.
Other ways to support us
A Lasting Gift
Every bequest makes a difference. Many Uniting AgeWell sites were established because of dedicated individuals and church congregations with a vison for the future.
A special and meaningful way to honour a loved one when they pass away is by offering friends and family the opportunity to make a donation to Uniting AgeWell to celebrate their life instead of sending flowers.
Your regular monthly gift is an effective and easy way to support older people to age well.
Get your organisation involved
Uniting AgeWell welcomes the involvement of the corporate community in assisting us to provide high quality services and unique experiences for our clients.
Music For David
Our Music For David, music therapy program provides Uniting AgeWell clients with dementia, their families and carers respite through music.