More Wishes. More Deliveries.

Beyond all the packages UPS delivered during the 2015 holiday season, we also helped deliver on your wishes for good. Thousands shared stories of extraordinary efforts by people they knew, doing good for others throughout the year. Several of these wishes for good turned into stories we’ve shared below. Later in 2016, we’ll revisit new stories of Wishes Delivered.

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More Wishes. More Deliveries.

Beyond all the packages UPS delivered during the 2015 holiday season, we also helped deliver on your wishes for good. Thousands shared stories of extraordinary efforts by people they knew, doing good for others throughout the year. Several of these wishes for good turned into stories we’ve shared below. Later in 2016, we’ll revisit new stories of Wishes Delivered.

Returning the comfort of home

UPS and The St. Bernard Project joined forces to help 91-year-old Aurora Gonzales return home in San Marcos, TX, after a devastating flood washed it away. We were able to salvage memories of her past in the home, and make way for plenty of new ones—just in time for the holidays.

Honoring gold star families

WWII Veteran Hershel “Woody” Williams wished to honor the families of the men and women who sacrificed their lives while serving our country. UPS was able to deliver his special wish with a permanent memorial in his hometown of Fairmont, WV.

Delivering gifts of hope

Leslye wished to bring comfort to victims of domestic violence. Her charity, Handmade Especially for You, knits and ships over 12,000 scarves per year, and with some help from UPS, she’s been able to increase the amount of production capabilities and speed up the logistical process to deliver more scarves to more people.

Training future drivers

Last year, UPS made Carson a driver for a day. This year, his mom wished for more kids to have the same experience and share in the joy of a wish delivered. So we gathered three new kids to take on the challenge of becoming UPS's littlest (and most adorable) drivers.