John Cena sets a record

John Cena has granted more than 650 wishes to children with serious illnesses through the Make-A-Wish Foundation, officially breaking the Guinness record for the number of wishes granted by this organization.


According to the Hollywood Reporter , actor Peacemaker is the celebrity mentioned by Make-A-Wish the most. No star has agreed to grant children’s wishes as much as John Cena in the foundation’s decades-long history.


Make-A-Wish is the 501st non-profit organization established in the US, to help fulfill the wishes of terminally ill children between the ages of 2.5 and 18. Founded in 1980 and headquartered in Phoenix, Make-A-Wish operates through 59 branches across the United States.


In 2015, the organization honored Cena by granting 500 wishes to children. The actor expressed in an interview: “Children facing a life-threatening illness are granted wishes, and imagine if you were the one to grant that wish? This is my great honor. “.



As for why he’s been with Make-A-Wish for so long, the Fast and Furious star explained: “I want to have an experience that stays with us for the rest of my life. I can never bear to look at my kids or family. They are treated badly.”


Started granting wishes in 2002, after several years of pursuing a career as a professional wrestler, Cena has increasingly demonstrated her kind heart through her positive contributions to Make-A-Wish.


Born and raised in a poor family, Cena understands the difficulties that people in the same situation have to go through. That’s why he spends a lot of money on charity.


Not only Make-A-Wish, the actor also wore a shirt with the words “Rise Above Hate” to promote WWE’s “Be a Star” anti-bullying campaign. He also wore the costume “Rise Above Cancer” in collaboration with Susan G. Komen for the Cure in the framework of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.


In addition, the actor joined Love Has No Labels – a movement promoting diversity, equality and inclusion of people of all races, religions, genders, sexual orientations, ages and abilities. back in 2016.