Well-known actor Warwick Davis (Willow, Star Wars, Harry Potter and star of Ricky Gervais’ new sitcom, Life’s Too Short) is supporting the Make-A-Wish Foundation UK by backing their Go Gold campaign during the month of May.

Warwick Davis Make A Wish
Warwick Davis Make A Wish

With May just two months away, Warwick is appealing to everyone to get involved – current supporter or newbie.

“Make-A-Wish is a brilliant charity and I’m really excited to be involved with the Go Gold campaign,” he said. “Getting sponsored to wear gold or organising a gold-themed event during May is a really simple way of supporting Make-A-Wish and something that the whole family can get involved with. I hope that everyone will join me in helping this fantastic charity.”

Sarah Shearman, Community Fundraising Manager at Make-A-Wish, added: “By taking part in Go Gold, you can help Make-A-Wish bring magic, hope, smiles and memories to some very special children. We hope to be granting 1,000 magical wishes this year so every gold pound coin really does help!”

To discover how YOU can get involved – and your friends, family, colleagues, workmates, pupils, students etc., etc. – and Go Gold for Make-A-Wish, why not drop Sarah an email at sarah.shearman@makeawish.org.uk.

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