• Judy celebrated her 80th birthday with a skydiving Twilight Wish!


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  • Margarette, 82, had her Twilight Wish to ride across America in an 18-wheeler granted!


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  • Gus, 92, a WWII veteran and POW, had his Twilight Wish for a new flagpole and flags granted!


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  • The Phillie Phanatic paid a surprise Twilight Wish visit to nursing home residents!


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Our Mission

Our Mission

OUR MISSION is to honor and enrich the lives of deserving seniors through intergenerational Twilight Wish celebrations.

Check out some featured stories below.

Margaret: Our First Twilight Wish Ever Granted

On January 16, 2004, Twilight Wish Foundation granted its very first Twilight Wish to Margaret Turner, an elderly nursing home resident who had wished for a headstone for her deceased son’s unmarked grave.
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Theresia: Receive Her High School Diploma

At the age of 105, Theresia only had one regret: not getting her high school diploma. Theresia left high school in order to help take care of her sick mother. After her mother passed away, Theresia married and raised her own family.
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Max: One Last Ride On A Harley

Max, 75, was an avid biker throughout his life and owned his own motorcycle. His worn leather motorcycle jacket still hangs in his room at Creekside. Now, confined to a wheelchair and unable to walk, he wished for one last ride on a Harley.
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Margaret: Our First Twilight Wish Ever Granted

On January 16, 2004, Twilight Wish Foundation granted its very first Twilight Wish to Margaret Turner, an elderly nursing home resident who had wished for a headstone for her deceased son’s unmarked grave.
Learn More >

Theresia: Receive Her High School Diploma

At the age of 105, Theresia only had one regret: not getting her high school diploma. Theresia left high school in order to help take care of her sick mother. After her mother passed away, Theresia married and raised her own family.
Learn More >

Max: One Last Ride On A Harley

Max, 75, was an avid biker throughout his life and owned his own motorcycle. His worn leather motorcycle jacket still hangs in his room at Creekside. Now, confined to a wheelchair and unable to walk, he wished for one last ride on a Harley.
Learn More >

“It was the best day of my life.”

“Twilight Wish keeps the candle lit.”

“They made me feel like a queen, everything was done for me. Thank you so much, Twilight Wish.”

“Having my wish for hearing aids granted has given me a much fuller life.”

“Twilight Wish helped make this past year easier to endure the loss of my only surviving brother. My heart is filled with gratitude and joy!”

“Never thought I would ever see a baseball game in person again.”

“Meeting Neil Walker (former Pittsburgh Pirates’ second baseman) was wonderful, but to be there with most of my family is something that I will never forget.”

“Having the chance to ride in a blimp was a fabulous experience that will remain a wonderful memory!”

“Wow, I’ll wake up tomorrow and think it was a dream. It really was my dream, and so many people made it happen.”

How A Twilight Wish Comes True

Our Vision

Our Vision

OUR VISION is to make the world a nicer place to age, one Twilight Wish at a time.

As little as $25 can help make a senior’s Twilight Wish come true.

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