Tucker Hibbert’s Team 68 helps Make-A-Wish® Minnesota raise over $92,000

“This event means a lot to me,” said Hibbert. “It’s a humbling experience to have so many people join me and donate to help grant wishes.

Tucker Hibbert with group of fans.
“This event means a lot to me,” said Hibbert. “It’s a humbling experience to have so many people join me and donate to help grant wishes. Photo courtesy ArcticInsider.com

August 8, 2017 – For the second consecutive year, Tucker Hibbert and his team of loyal fans, friends and family participated in the Walk for Wishes® event in Minneapolis to support and celebrate the mission of Make-A-Wish® Minnesota. Hibbert’s Team 68 took home top fundraising honors, helping the organization exceed its goal of raising over $92,000 to fund the wishes of children diagnosed with critical illnesses.

“This event means a lot to me,” said Hibbert. “It’s a humbling experience to have so many people join me and donate to help grant wishes. Walk for Wishes is a great way to get together and celebrate an organization that’s making a difference in people’s lives.”

Over the past two years, Hibbert and Team 68 have raised over $20,000 for Make-A-Wish Minnesota. This year’s fundraising site will remain open through Friday, August 25. Hibbert will honor each contribution by sending donors a limited edition Team 68 Walk for Wishes t-shirt. For more information and to make a donation, visit site.wish.org/goto/Team68‪.

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