Disney debuts new Wishables collection, 100 percent of sales going to Make-A-Wish

To celebrate 40 years of Disney and Make-A-Wish working together, Disney has revealed the latest collection of Disney Parks Wishables, with 100% of the sales going to Make-A-Wish.


The collection of tiny plush is themed to the Magic Carpets of Aladdin this time around, featuring Genie, Aladdin, Jasmine, Carpet, and the magic lamp. Guests can get their hands on these collectibles now at select Disney Parks around the world, the Disney store and online at shopDisney.


This Wishables launch is the final collection in the set of products this fall that began with the debut of the Wishes Come True Blue color collection and last month’s Mickey Mouse plush that unlocked donations to Make-A-Wish. As of today, sales from these two merchandise items have led to a total donation of $591,100 to Make-A-Wish.


But the magic doesn’t stop there! Disney plans to donate 100% of the purchase price from the sales of the Disney Parks Wishables: Magic Carpets of Aladdin series to Make-A-Wish – a charitable first for the Disney Parks.

To learn more about the work of Make-A-Wish and Disney, head to Wish.org/Disney.


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  1. I had to buy both versions of the Wishes come True spirit jerseys while at WDW last month. So beautiful!!!! Regret not getting the Crocs.

    Two of our children are Make A Wish recipients. Such a wonderful organization- instills happiness hope with each and every wish granted!!!!