Batkid's Make-a-Wish Spikes Donations, Interest

Five-year-old leukemia patient's wish to be Batman for a day became a viral sensation.
0:43 | 11/18/13

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All the interest in back -- last Friday. Is now -- some unexpected dividends if in case you somehow missed a five year old Myles Scott has leukemia and told to make a wish foundation that. He wanted to be Batman for a day -- seems the entire city of San Francisco got into the act transforming itself. Indie Gotham as miles of rest and villains save damsel in distress in general -- lifted the spirits of thousands. Well the good news just kept on coming to make a wish foundation says donations are up online traffic -- increase in the charitable group have sort. And the make a wish people grant about 141000. Wishes each year to children diagnosed with life threatening medical conditions.

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