Digicel Fiji launches Make-A-Wish campaign

Digicel Fiji launches Make-A-Wish campaign

By Navitalai Naivalurua
Wednesday 09/12/2020

Digicel Fiji has launched the Make-A-Wish campaign which is aimed at warming hearts of people in the community.

The Make-A-Wish campaign is a bonus for Fijian people after they received an overwhelming flood of ideas for the All In Fiji campaign.

Digicel Fiji CEO Farid Mohammed says they are excited to introduce the Make-A-Wish campaign as they aim to spread joy and hope this Christmas.

He says there are lots of ways people can make wishes come true this festive season and they want to make that difference in people’s lives.

Mohammed says the festive season is a meaningful occasion for families and especially children, and it is great to have the opportunity to grant wishes and cheer some people along the way.

The CEO adds the COVID-19 pandemic has changed a lot of things and the restrictions have made life even more challenging for families in the country, forcing most of these wishes to be on hold.

Mohammed says wishes can transform the lives of children, their families and communities and when this is realised, people will discover that despite their situation, anything is possible.

You can Make-A-Wish through the online portal

Entries will close on the 19th of December where 10 wishes will be selected and each will be rewarded $1,000.

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