Are you a huge Caps fan? Enjoy all the fun, games and food available at Topgolf locations? Don’t miss the ultimate chance to experience the best of both worlds, all while helping to grant wishes for local children with critical illnesses! On January 12, you can enjoy the exclusive opportunity to attend Wish Upon A Par, hosted by Erin & Brooks Orpik, Tom Wilson and Make-A-Wish® Mid-Atlantic.
Several current and former Capitals players will be in attendance, including Brooks Orpik, Tom Wilson, Nicklas Bäckström, Travis Boyd, John Carlson, Nic Dowd, Lars Eller, Radko Gudas, Carl Hagelin, Garnet Hathaway, Braden Holtby, Nick Jensen, Michal Kempný, Brendan Leipsic, T.J. Oshie, Richard Panik, Jonas Siegenthaler and Jakub Vrána. Coach Reirden and NBC Sports Washington commentators Joe Beninati and Craig Laughlin will also be participating in the auction and meet & greet, making the day more exciting for wish kids and fans alike.
Early bird tickets will go on sale 12/9/19 and will be available until 5PM on 12/16 – $200pp
Regular tickets will be sold after 5pm on 12/16/19 until 1/7 or until they sell out, whichever happens first – $225pp
Player Auction will launch on 12/16/19 and be live until 1/1/20 at 5PM.
Attendees have two options for event participation: purchase a ticket or participate in our Player Auction. For full ticket details, click here. To bid in our Player Auction, visit the Wish Upon A Par website!
Caps fans of all ages are welcome to attend. You must secure your spot as a participant through the player auction or event tickets. All minors (under 18) must be accompanied by a ticketed adult.
For more information, or to purchase a ticket, you can visit the event page here.
Together, we create life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses.
For every wish granted there is another local child waiting for their wish.
The Mid-Atlantic chapter serves children who reside in the District of Columbia, Maryland and northern Virginia. Since 1983, Make-A-Wish Mid-Atlantic has granted more 10,000 wishes to local children.
Following referral, a certified medical professional must verify that the child has a critical illness. There are no other qualifications based on sex, race, religion, socioeconomic status or any other demographic category.
Over 500 volunteers help the Mid-Atlantic chapter maintain its grassroots support by delivering the organization’s mission to seriously ill children.