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Granting Last Wishes of the Terminally Ill

By: Elizabeth Grace - Updated: 19 Feb 2017 | comments*Discuss
 
Terminal Illness Support Wishes Happy

Those who are helping a loved one with a terminal illness often hope to offer more than love and support; they also want to understand the person’s last wishes in order to grant them some happy moments. There’s a feeling of urgency when time is short, so fulfilling the dying wishes of a friend or family member often becomes a top priority.

Unfulfilled Dreams of the Terminally Ill

Most people have a list of things that they hope to do “someday,” but for those with a terminal illness, someday may never come. Of course, no one, even the healthiest amongst us, can know how much longer we will live, but once someone has been made aware that their time is limited, their unfulfilled dreams may take on a new importance. “Someday” has to be right now. Those closest to a terminally ill patient may want to inquire as to any wishes that have yet to be fulfilled and then offer their support in trying to give their loved one a chance to achieve their goals.

Organisations that Grant Wishes for the Terminally Ill

There are a number of organisations that strive to grant last wishes for terminally ill children and adults. Some of these are quite well-known and can be quickly located by performing an Internet search using the words, “granting wishes for the terminally ill.” Other, smaller groups may be available, too, but may not be quite as easy to locate. Sometimes, churches, civic organisations, and other local groups unite to raise funds for a member of their community, in order to allow them to experience their dreams and leave their loved ones with happy memories.

Simple Wishes

When we think of helping someone with a terminal illness to fulfil their last wishes, we often envision extravagant holidays, visits with celebrities, or wildly adventurous experiences, but for many, their wishes are quite simple. Many people hope to have a family reunion, go on an aeroplane ride, ride a horse, learn to play a musical instrument, or other such uncomplicated experience. None of these wishes would be especially difficult or expensive to achieve, but they would require some planning. Only by asking someone with a terminal illness what they’d still like to experience can loved ones begin to make arrangements to grant those last wishes. Most people are eager to be helping someone find as many happy moments as possible, but they just don’t know where to begin.

Making Peace and Tying up Loose Ends

Some last wishes have nothing to do with experiencing new things, but instead are all about achieving peace of mind. Family squabbles, long lost loves, and unexpressed emotions can leave people feel uneasy, worried that they will leave without tying up important loose ends. For others, their concerns are for their survivors and assuring that they will leave their loved ones with sufficient finances to support them throughout the bereavement period and beyond. Finally, some only feel a sense of peace once they’ve seen to their funeral and burial arrangements, choosing to personally preplan their services.

Last wishes of the terminally ill are likely to be as unique as the individuals themselves, with no two people hoping for exactly the same experience. In the end, what matters most is that terminally ill patients are given opportunities to express their desires and then to be offered caring support from those that matter to them the most.

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I have a friend who is only 27. She is fighting for her life,but doctors only have her 6 moths to live. She has malignant cancer. I would like to do do something to help her go in peace. Not sure what her last wish would be. She will be leaving behind 2 kids and a husban. I feel so bad for her and would love for her to go with wonderful memories please help us help her.
Letty - 19-Feb-17 @ 7:12 PM
My daughter, Amanda, was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia march 16, 2015. She never left the hospital. She passed on August 24, 2016. It was a shock. She left behind a beautiful 6 year old daughter. Zoey didn't get to be with her much since we were 6 hours away. Their love was wonderful & beautiful. Amanda was an excellent mother. She had told Zoey that one day we, the family, would hopefully go to visit Ireland a dream Amanda had from childhood. When Amanda passed & we told Zoey she asked if we could take mommy to Ireland. Amanda was crematedafter we donated her body, due to all the things she had caught and complications. Zoey & her aunts thought it would be wonderful if they could leave some ashes in Ireland. I didn't know if this is possible to have the opportunity or not. If this is too much please forgive. We would not want to take away from someone else. Amanda did tell Zoey that she wanted very much to have the opportunity to be the first one to take her to Disney World and Universal, for Harry Potter attraction.I told her if she could not that we would try. She wanted very much to visit all of Disney and had hope to let her have the princess experience where I think they get to sleep in the castle for a time. Since Zoey was sick and premature at birth we allowed Amanda to raise Zoey and not work, Amanda too was sickly, until Zoey was in kindergarten. Amanda almost made it. Amanda was dying when she collapsed and a year and 2 months later Zoey lost her world. Her daddy contributes nothing & has 2 days a month supervised visitation. We, Zoey's grandparents, have temporary custody for now. And hope to get total custody in March.Zoey is our valentine baby and she will be seven years old this month.I don't know if there's anything that you or some other organization can do but it would be greatly appreciated if you would let me know something, or let me know who I can contact to see if we could do something special for Zoey. She's had a very hard time coping with the loss of her mother. Unfortunately, we do not have the funds or income to give either one of these desires my beautiful daughter had. But, if love was enough to grant them then we could take Zoey to the edge of the Universe and beyond. We appreciate anything that you could do and we thank you for your time and consideration. God bless.
Cricket & Lovie - 4-Feb-17 @ 11:05 AM
My daughter, Amanda, was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia march 16, 2015. She never left the hospital. She passed on August 24, 2016. It was a shock. She left behind a beautiful 6 year old daughter. Zoey didn't get to be with her much since we were 6 hours away. Their love was wonderful & beautiful. Amanda was an excellent mother. She had told Zoey that one day we, the family, would hopefully go to visit Ireland a dream Amanda had from childhood. When Amanda passed & we told Zoey she asked if we could take mommy to Ireland. Amanda was crematedafter we donated her body, due to all the things she had caught and complications. Zoey & her aunts thought it would be wonderful if they could leave some ashes in Ireland. I didn't know if this is possible to have the opportunity or not. If this is too much please forgive. We would not want to take away from someone else. Amanda did tell Zoey that she wanted very much to have the opportunity to be the first one to take her to Disney World and Universal, for Harry Potter attraction.I told her if she could not that we would try. She wanted very much to visit all of Disney and had hope to let her have the princess experience where I think they get to sleep in the castle for a time. Since Zoey was sick and premature at birth we allowed Amanda to raise Zoey and not work, Amanda too was sickly, until Zoey was in kindergarten. Amanda almost made it. Amanda was dying when she collapsed and a year and 2 months later Zoey lost her world. Her daddy contributes nothing & has 2 days a month supervised visitation. We, Zoey's grandparents, have temporary custody for now. And hope to get total custody in March.Zoey is our valentine baby and she will be seven years old this month.I don't know if there's anything that you or some other organization can do but it would be greatly appreciated if you would let me know something, or let me know who I can contact to see if we could do something special for Zoey. She's had a very hard time coping with the loss of her mother. Unfortunately, we do not have the funds or income to give either one of these desires my beautiful daughter had. But, if love was enough to grant them then we could take Zoey to the edge of the Universe and beyond. We appreciate anything that you could do and we thank you for your time and consideration. God bless.
Cricket & Lovie - 4-Feb-17 @ 11:03 AM
My daughter, Amanda, was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia march 16, 2015. She never left the hospital. She passed on August 24, 2016. It was a shock. She left behind a beautiful 6 year old daughter. Zoey didn't get to be with her much since we were 6 hours away. Their love was wonderful & beautiful. Amanda was an excellent mother. She had told Zoey that one day we, the family, would hopefully go to visit Ireland a dream Amanda had from childhood. When Amanda passed & we told Zoey she asked if we could take mommy to Ireland. Amanda was crematedafter we donated her body, due to all the things she had caught and complications. Zoey & her aunts thought it would be wonderful if they could leave some ashes in Ireland. I didn't know if this is possible to have the opportunity or not. If this is too much please forgive. We would not want to take away from someone else. Amanda did tell Zoey that she wanted very much to have the opportunity to be the first one to take her to Disney World and Universal, for Harry Potter attraction.I told her if she could not that we would try. She wanted very much to visit all of Disney and had hope to let her have the princess experience where I think they get to sleep in the castle for a time. Since Zoey was sick and premature at birth we allowed Amanda to raise Zoey and not work, Amanda too was sickly, until Zoey was in kindergarten. Amanda almost made it. Amanda was dying when she collapsed and a year and 2 months later Zoey lost her world. Her daddy contributes nothing & has 2 days a month supervised visitation. We, Zoey's grandparents, have temporary custody for now. And hope to get total custody in March.Zoey is our valentine baby and she will be seven years old this month.I don't know if there's anything that you or some other organization can do but it would be greatly appreciated if you would let me know something, or let me know whoCAR I can contact to see if we could do something special for Zoey. She's had a very hard time coping with the loss of her mother.We appreciate anything that you could do and we thank you for your time and consideration. God bless. Mrs. Clemmie Young
Cricket & Lovie - 4-Feb-17 @ 10:55 AM
on june 14th this year i was diagnosed with small cell cancer in my liver,spine and bone.terminal,this is inoperable. as it is in the cells .I am unable to work at this time. as for how long i have got i dont know . I would love to take my 8yr old son to disneyland florida with my wife if anybody could help me fulfil my last wish i would appreciate it I have never asked for charity before butneeds must.thank you for reading this. david....
none - 30-Jan-17 @ 5:00 PM
My Mum is so Precious To me I would do almost any thing for her.Unfortunately my mum has beendiagnosed with Breast and liver cancer, which is terminal and I can't make her better. I am looking after my mum now because my dad is losing his sight, also has hadmajor heart surgery and he also has atumour on his kidney. My dad is not terminal I'll. Thank goodness. My mum has only got a few months ( If she is lucky, and God willing ) My mum has had to fight all her life because she was born with Club Feet. My farther was at sea most of the time so my mum brought my two brothers and myself up on her own. What a fantastic job she has done, with so much love and attention and in hard times. It's her Birthday next week.My mum is very weak now So she is in bed most of the time. I just wish I could give her the best Birthday ever. It's difficult when you can't get out of bed. Is there a Birthday Wish out there please.
Babs - 18-Jan-17 @ 2:22 PM
Hopeing for help with a family vacation , we have never had one due to my 11& 6 yrold health issues heart disease , Noonans syndrome ect ..And also my current health Brain cancer GBM , any help would be appreciated, thanks much ..
XXX - 17-Jan-17 @ 4:24 PM
I have a very dear friend who is now in her last year. She has a rare kind of cancer that was asbestos related. She is only in her early 30's and has a beautiful young daughter of 5. My friend has the kindest heart and the purest of souls. Her wish until we sadly loose her is to give as many memories as she can to her girl. Therefore Christmas just gone was spent in France with her daughters fathers family. My friend is now finding it incredibly difficult as she realises Chris 2017 may be the first she isn't here for. I would love to give her and her family that are here with her that "one last Christmas " nothing extravagant or over the top. Just one extra memory for her girl to keep with her. Where and how do I find help to do this please?
Cj77rj66 - 12-Jan-17 @ 8:20 PM
I wanted to apply a wish grant for my disabled daughter to Disney Florida. My daughter is physically disabled has stiffness in her 4 llimbs she needs to be cared 24 hours. This would be a life time holiday would be very grateful if you can support us. Many thanks
Maryam - 30-Dec-16 @ 12:03 AM
My husband whom I met at 16 is terminally Ill from bowel cancer that has spread to liver lungs and peritoneum. He has a prognosis of three months. We lost our beloved daughter to cancer aged 33. My husband is my life I would love memorable day for him to show him how much he is loved
Dick - 9-Dec-16 @ 10:48 PM
My Mother in Law has been diagnosed with Cancer, The hospital said we can't do chemo because it's too far advanced. So they are currently treating infections and doing Pain management. A local hospice is involved. It's been so quick that we are all shocked and still coming to terms with it all. The advice I'm seeking is A wish fullfillment, It was always her wish to Take her Grand Kids to Florida (they are 2yrs old and 3) To go to Harry Potter at Universal. We were waiting until the Kids were older, and so we could save up to afford it. Time has been taken from us. So now, I would like to make this happen for her, but she is SO unwell, the logistics and medical support we would require is beyond my knowledge. Can someone help. We can pay for some of the costs, (and I would be willing to pay it off for the rest of my life hereafter, if it meant we could do this for her) can we get Her to Florida with her grand Kids? Can anyone help. Time is short. We'd need a lot of help arranging medical people, and special hospitality from the airlines and parks etc. It really would be a wish/dream.
Awesomenatious - 12-Nov-16 @ 12:02 PM
We are looking for help V fill his last wish which is going to Disney with his family we do not know how to do this or go about it any help is appreciated
Landshark - 9-Nov-16 @ 1:54 AM
Need help trying to sell his wish
Landshark - 9-Nov-16 @ 1:52 AM
Don't know exactly what this setting is but my boyfriend is terminally ill he has stage 4 colon and liver cancer they have stopped the chemo hospice has just started coming in and his one week before he goes with me to go to Disney with me is family I don't know if this is exactly what we're supposed to put in here and we really don't know exactly how long he has left he could have a week 2 weeks maybe two months at the most we're just looking for help to make his last wish happened for him
Landshark - 9-Nov-16 @ 1:50 AM
My sister is slowly getting weaker and weaker from cysticfibrosis she needs to get stronger for a lung transplant but her lungs are holding her back so basically she cant get strong enough for the transplant and shes slowly dying at the age of 25 ...please help all she wants to do is go to world aquarium in St.louis but we dont have the equipment for transport im only 18 and theres not much else i can do at this point.
Robby - 4-Nov-16 @ 6:23 PM
My boyfriend was diagnosed in November with stage 4 colon and liver cancer they're just stop chemo and told him that he doesn't have much longer hospice has just started coming to the house on Tuesday and there's a few places he would like to see for he passes away we're trying to come up with the money to make that happen we have been saving for vacation the last 6 months we've had to use most of it because of him being sick right now we have $200 save to it looking for some miracle to make it happen thank you for your time if you know of anybody or anyway anything let me know
Landshark - 4-Nov-16 @ 10:50 AM
My dear friend has stage 4 lung cancer and they just gave her 3-5weeks. Her only daughter is in new york and my friend is in fresno. Her daughter justg
charlotte - 2-Nov-16 @ 5:05 AM
A few months ago my dad collapsed in a foreign country and was rushed to hospital to have major surgery to remove a brain tumour.. it's nearly been 2 months exactly and he is expected to have 2-7 months to live..I am only 15 and my brother is only 13.. my father isn't old infact he turns 50 in January and I just want him to have the best Christmas and best time possible. I am trying my hardest to save money to take him somewhere for the day to just simply make the best of the time he has left, if there is anything I can get help with It would be amazing.
Hannah keefe - 20-Oct-16 @ 8:52 PM
After a year of majors ops, endless radiotherapy and 7 hours a day chemo sessions my husband aged 51 was told he was now terminal cancer and looking at months, telling our 8 year old was heartbreaking, we are trying to make each day count, doing family trips and days out, taking photos and making memorys. I woul. Love to furfil my husband and sons shared dream of playing darts on the lakeside stage , my thoughts and prayers are with you all x
sarah - 4-Oct-16 @ 10:13 PM
I have mainly set up this page to try and help my partner Tina Hudson, fulfil some of her bucket list. She has Terminal Cancer, and has been managing it for around 4 years now, with treatment. We get out and about when we can do, some weeks are a no go as she isn't up to it. She did have cancer before i met her, and after a mastectamy, recovered and was given the all clear, but in 2011/12, the cancer came back, this time more aggressively. Would love to take her to Las Vegas as she has dreamed of going over for a long time, and also New York at Christmas time. We know we would need to take a nurse with us too to help look after her and make sure she is okay. She copes very well when she is having her good weeks, and makes the most of the time she has, visiting family when we can do, and to go to the cinema too, even though it is uncomfortable for her at times, and she sometimes falls asleep, but is so happy to get out and about while we can. Even with limited funds, we do the best that we can do, I have even given up work to look after her full time. She enjoys once a week going to the local Marie Curie Hospice for day therapies and to meet friends that she has made. I know she'd love to meet her favourite Actor, Kevin Costner (probably never happen) and she would also love to meet David Coulthard, the ex F1 racing Driver. Please help if you can do, thank you
Gary - 11-Aug-16 @ 10:14 PM
I am going to talk about the C word so please be warned ! Christmas has always been our mummy's favourite time of the year. As we grew up this never changed. Our bedrooms became "family bedrooms" so boyfriends,husbands and then our children could spend Christmas with us at mum and dads and we could all be together. Mum spent months planning this. Cooking, cleaning, shopping & wrapping and we would all turn up spend christmas trashing the house and eating them out of house and home then reluctantly leave always having had "the best Christmas ever" When our children got bigger and had boyfriends of their own we simply could no longer fit and had to take it in turns to spend Christmas at mums. This never really sat well with her and every year she talked about renting a big house and spending Christmas together again. As with most things in life the years have flown by and we don't seem to have managed to get ourselves organised and make mums dream come true but this year things have changed and a different C word once again rocked our world. On July 1st 2016 the bottom fell out of our world. We were given the devistating news that our beautiful mummy has terminal cancer. She has signet ring endocarcinoma of the small bowel which has spread to her bones and there is no cure. We have screamed, cried, crumpled in a heap and panicked at the thought of carrying on without her in our lives but we don't have a choice. So just as our kind, loving,caring mum has taught us we picked ourselves up, and together worked out how we are going to deal with this life changing news. And this is how we are going to do it....... We will make every second count. We will love and support each other every step of the way. We will make memories to carry with us forever. We will make as many of her dreams come true as we can. and that's why we have made this page. We are going to try and raise some money so we can spend this Christmas together. Please help us if you can x
Tasha - 5-Aug-16 @ 12:52 AM
Hi my husband was diagnosed with motor neurones disease last year which in past 10 months has took its toll on him my husbands wish before he can't walk talk or breath without oxygen is to take our two children to Canary Islands as it would be our first holiday abroad as a family and to make plenty of memories for children as consultants can't say if he has 2-4 years as its a progressive disease I'm just wondering if you can help me to give us as a family this wish and my husband could tick it off his bucket list of one of main things he wants to do with his family many thanks
Gjv - 31-Jul-16 @ 11:56 PM
Hi my mum who is my bestfriend, my soul mate and my complete world has been diagnosed with secondary breast cancer of the spine.Her first diagnosis was christmas eve 8 years ago the exact same time my brother was diagnosed with thyroid caner. She was given the all clear 2 years later, but these last 12 months she has been suffering with horrendous back pain, after being told by her gp numberous of times its wear and tear she woke one morning yet again it was christmas time and had lost sensation from her waste down that was when she was diagnosed with a tumour on her spine which was causing spinal compression.My mum is the most amazing dertermined and strongest person i know.A few weeks after diagnosis she almost lost her life due to multiple blood clots on her lungs.Her one wish was to take her grandchildren to disneyland paris at christmas time and just enjoy watching them being filled with excitement.Im joping someone can help me and give me advise on how to make her wish come true.
Lisa - 8-Jul-16 @ 2:33 PM
My friend is dying of cancer. She has 3 young children who are currently living with their father in another country. He has finally agreed that they can live with their mother for their final months together but neither parent can afford the flights. Her dying wish is that she can be with her children again. Please advise.
Bubbly - 27-Jun-16 @ 5:52 AM
I guess I should have mentioned that my father has other health issues besides the multiple melanoma cancer I pray to God someone will help make his one wish of going to Hawaii come true
dollbaby - 24-Jun-16 @ 6:35 AM
I've been trying to find a way to get my fathers dying wish fulfilled he said before he died he would love to go to Hawaii my father is 82 years old he has multiple melanoma cancer he survive a brain aneurysm at the age of 74 prior to that he works 3 jobs March 9th 2016 my mother passed away which left him heart broken they had very little life insurance and there's still a lot the kids are trying to help him pay on mom's funeral there's no way any of us financially could make his One Wish in life come true which is going to Hawaii it breaks my heart I'm so afraid that he's going to pass before I can find a way to get him there I'm a widow on a fixed incomeand there's no way I can afford this we arehoping that we could get mom's funeral paid for before we have to pay for his I've never been the kind of person to ask for help but I don't know how I can make this possible for him and he wants to go so bad if I could get a loan I wouldhave but I don't have enoughincome to get oneor make the payments pleasehelp
dollbaby - 24-Jun-16 @ 6:16 AM
Hi My husband is 55yrs old a month a go we were tolled that my husband had a grad 4 brain Tuma and two weeks later he was rushed in to are local hospital with a bleed on the brain go him home and two weeks later in again this time only to be tolled that it had grown quite a bit. I just would like to give him one of his wishes and that is to swim with the dolphins in Ireland but I don't know how to do it we have a son who has Autisam as well so my job is very time consuming I wounded if you could help in any way I came a cross your sit on the net looking Kind regards Zoe Barlow
DoeDoe - 12-Jun-16 @ 10:52 PM
Hi a month a go we were tolled that my husband had a grad 4 brain Tuma and two weeks later he was rushed in to are local hospital with a bleed on the brain go him home and two weeks later in again this time only to be tolled that it had grown quite a bit. I just would like to give him one of his wishes and that is to swim with the dolphins in Ireland but I don't know how to do it we have a son who has Autisam as well so my job is very time consuming I wounded if you could help in any way I came a cross your sit on the net looking Kind regards Zoe Barlow
DoeDoe - 12-Jun-16 @ 10:51 PM
I apologize, but I wanted to add that my brother's 46th anniversary was 4 days ago and his birthday is next week on June 16th - he will be 69.I want to do something for him, but don't know what.Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thank you!
Dar - 10-Jun-16 @ 5:50 AM
My brother is a veteran of the US Air Force.He is dying.He has stage 4 Metastatic Pancreatic Cancer. Also, my other brother was in the Army and when he was discharged he joined the Marines.They were both in Vietnam Nam.My mom, who passed in 2009, was a WWII Army Air Corp Veteran.My wish is that I could find a way to get back and forth to spend time with my brother.I am 62 and disabled.Although I have my drivers license - I do not have a car.Our siblings are in another state and they came last week but had to get home due to health issues...however, they will be back. I wish so badly that I could do something to bring a smile or a little laughter to our big brothers face.I need to be with him.I am trying to be there for our siblings.If possible, please provide me with some guidance as to how I can give some happiness to such a wonderful and respectable man. Darlene(518) 770-7120. Thank you and may God bless you all.
Dar - 10-Jun-16 @ 5:42 AM
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