Trusted Choice® Supports Make-A-Wish® Independent Insurance Agents

2013 Help Wish Kids Take Flight

This April, Trusted Choice, will collect frequent flier miles to help Make-A-Wish get wish kids and their families where they need to go. Many major airlines – including Delta, United and US Airways – enable their frequent flier members to donate to Make-A-Wish. And donated air miles never expire!

Please help by contributing any amount of miles you can – 5,000, 25,000 or more. Every mile you donate helps wish kids take flight.

Your miles go further this April because celebrity wish granter and WWE Superstar John Cena will match every frequent flier mile donated, up to 4.5 million. And United Airlines will match donated United MileagePlus® award miles, up to 3 million.

There’s never been a better time to give. Donate at today.

Trusted Choice® is also expanding its current commitment to Make-A-Wish by providing more than $500,000 in sponsorship funding to support chapter events, wishes and local programs across the country.


During the month of August 2012, Trusted Choice® conducted a "share" campaign at For each "share" of any Trusted Choice post during the month of August, we donated $10 to Make-A-Wish to a maximum of $150,000. Our goal was to reach 15,000 shares during the month - and WE HIT OUR GOAL! Thank you to everyone who helped "share".

During the first few weeks of 2013 we'll be updating this page with wish stories of the kids whose wishes were granted by the 2012 campaign!

Tyler's Wish

Tiffany's Wish

Matthew's Wish

Laura's Wish

Benjamin's Wish

Coles Wish

Leslie's Wish

Allan's Wish


In July 2011 Trusted Choice donated over $171,000 to Make-A-Wish through a similar campaign. Our donation helped to support 11 wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions. Below are some of the stories of these wishes. Help us grant more wishes this year by "sharing".

Kiwi's Wish

Daynin's Wish

Jesus' Wish

Jeremiah's Wish

Shawnee's Wish

Lual's Wish

William's Wish

Jacob's Wish

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