What is a Hero's Wish?

All, Thank you for granting my wish this year. It has been a hard year with combat deployments and other personnel things in my life. This day is a day that I will never forget. Again thank you. Respectfully MSGT Sagredo Ismael

Veteran Tickets Foundation is proud to bring the Hero's Wish program to our members!

Deployed, wounded and families of those killed in action are shouldering the hardest burdens of military service. Their duty has impacted their lives in ways the rest of America can only imagine. To relieve their burden of stress VetTix would like to give a once in a lifetime event to these Heroes. Hero's Wish events create wonderful experiences that they can always remember to heal their spirit and bring them together as a family. For those who have suffered, we want to welcome them back and bring enjoyment back into their lives.

Hero's Wish allows members who meet certain criteria to request specific tickets for any single event (NOTE: We are not capable of fulfilling meet and greets, trips, cruises, hotel stays or flights), and have donors fulfill that request either by ticket donation or by donating money to make the hero's wish come true.

The Hero's Wish program can be used by Active Duty Military Personnel (six months prior to, while on leave from or six months after their deployments), severely wounded Veterans (Purple Heart Required) and the families of men and woman killed in action (KIA).

After submitting a Hero's Wish, Vet Tix will work with the veteran to verify the Hero's Wish requirements are met. If all criteria are met, a member of the Hero's Wish will be assigned to facilitate wish fulfillment. Veteran Tickets Foundation does not discriminate based on race, religion, sex or social status.

The Vet Tix Hero's Wish team and other volunteers explore possible ways to make the Hero's Wish come true for our veteran. Most Hero's Wishes are funded on a case by case basis with funds donated through the website and by the Hero's Wish team working hard with our donors and venues to make the Hero's Wish a reality.

Click here to see the list of the current Hero's Wishes!

Help Fulfill a Hero's Wish

Want to help Veteran Tickets Foundation fulfill the wish of one of America's heroes? There are two ways you can help us honor these special members:

  • Make a ticket donation. Simply visit the Hero's Wish page and select a wish that you'd like to help Vet Tix fulfill.
  • Don't have tickets to donate? No problem! You can always support a hero by making a monetary donation toward the wish you select and Vet Tix will purchase the tickets.

New wishes are being submitted all the time, so we encourage you to view the hero's wish page as often as you can.

Thanks to everyone that made our Disneyland Dream a reality! We really appreciate what you do for our military families! Thank you for all your support!

Submit A Hero's Wish

Are you Currently Serving Military (six months prior to combat deployment, six months after a deployment, or while on leave from deployment), a severely wounded Veteran (Purple Heart Required) or a family member of someone who was killed in action (KIA)?

If you are and you have not received a wish from another wish-granting organization, then you are eligible for our Hero's Wish Program! All you need to do is complete a few easy steps and Veteran Tickets Foundation will get started on making your Hero's Wish come true!

NOTE: Veteran is allowed to submit 1 (ONE) lifetime wish. If wish goes unfilled, that still counts as your one lifetime wish.


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Attend Cowboys Game
My name is SFC Paul Johnson (Ret), the dream I have is to take my fiance, Sandra and our son to see a Dallas Cowboys football game. My wife is a huge Cowboys fan and after all she has done for me this is the one thing I want to do to show her my appreciation for what she has done. In 2003, while serving in Iraq I was wounded when a road side bomb went off and knocked me out. I was treated at the field hospital and returned to my unit. The blast fractured bones in my lower back. It was not discovered until 2007 during an MRI which showed 4 herniated disks. I remained in the Army and did another tour to Afghanistan in 2012. I held the position of Platoon Sergeant when my convoy was hit by a VBIED. I was not injured but I lost 14 people and had to endure the sound of screams that came with it. Upon my return to the states I asked for help to deal with a wide range of injuries and help with my PTSD. While in the Wounded Warrior Program I met my fiance Sandra. She helped save my life in many different ways. At the time I was dealing with a heavy drinking problem and misusing my prescription pills. In 2013, I was medically discharged from the Army for PTSD, TBI, neck and back injuries and ankle and shoulder injuries. In January of 2014 I had surgery on my right shoulder and there was a complication with the surgery and I almost died on the table. They had to revive me and when I came to all I wanted was Sandra and our son. In March of 2014 they finished the operation. In December I was fully disabled at 100% by the VA and my PTSD was rated at over 70%. All I have ever wanted to do is show Sandra how much I am thankful to have her in my life. She has had to endure my ups and downs and two near death experiences in 2014. She has had to help me over come my drinking problem and find ways to deal with my anger and so many other things. With out her I would not be where I am today. She has become my angel in so many ways. It would mean the world for us to see the game as a family and help bring light to so much darkness.

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Disney World Vacation for My Family
My name is Travis, I did 4 years in the United States Marine Corps. I served from 2002 through 2006 as an infantryman. I was part of the initial invasion in Iraq in 2003, in 2004 I deployed to Africa and in 2005 I went back to Iraq. On mothers day in 2005 I was wounded by an RPG and a gun shot during Operation Matador while clearing houses along the Syrian border. In the Picture is part of my fire team. From the left is my Lcpl Lawrence Philippon (k.i.a May,8 2005) Myself (w.i.a May,8 2005) Lcpl Emanuel Nelson (w.i.a May 8, 2005). I would like to surprise my wife and kids to a vacation to Disney World. They are my biggest support system and are well deserving. I would like 4 four day park hopper tickets to Disney World.

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Dallas Cowboys
My name is SGT Aaron Kent. I have three little girls, oldest is 4, 2 and a 5 month old. I missed the oldest being born, and just barely made it back for the last 2. I am missing my oldest daughters first day of kindergarten due to being up at fort Leonard Wood for Advance leaders course. Me and my three friends wish to go to see a Dallas cowboys vs Eagles game with your help if possible. CPL Ross, SGT Arce, and SPC Sigers, All three of us met at fort hood, and have been with each other all through the deployment to Liberia. we all look out for each other and talk about Sports and Fantasy Football to help the day go by. SPC Sigers and his wife were blessed with a beautiful baby boy just a week before we left so that was really hard on him for his first deployment, and my wife was having complications with our daughter during her pregnancy which scared me while I was waiting to get back to her and my girls. But thank god I made it back in time to see the birth of my beautiful daughter Emma.

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First Chicago Blackhawks Game
My name is Nick Buchhaas. I am a retired Marine CPL. With putting my wife and children first I would never be able to attend a Blackhawks game. I am asking for this wish to take my wife and children to have this experience together as a family. I would like to thank anyone who visits this page and even more to those who donate so my wish can be fulfilled.