Although travel dreams are still on hold, we granted our 1st DREAM since the pandemic.  Please visit our Dreams page for all the details.   We are continuing to take dream applications and will grant dreams as current regulations allow.  We hope you and your families stay safe and healthy.

Let's grant a dream together

help us put a smile on a child's face



— Who We Serve

We grant dreams to critically and chronically ill children age three (3) through eighteen (18) without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sexual orientation or economic status.


— Where We Serve

We grant dreams to children within a 50 mile radius of Memphis, TN to include the following counties: 

TENNESSEE – Haywood, Lauderdale, Fayette, Tipton, Shelby 

ARKANSAS – Crittenden, Cross, Poinsett, St Francis, Mississippi

MISSISSIPPI – Benton, Tunica, Tate, Marshall, Desoto


— We Raise Funds

We partner with corporate and civic organizations to raise funds to grant dreams, including Parts Plus, Bartlett Fire Department, Fraternal Order of Police and Collierville Ski Club.  In addition, donations from generous  folks like you are needed to grant dreams.


— We Volunteer

The Dream Factory of Memphis is operated by a 100% volunteer group.  Although, we come from many different backgrounds, we all share the same passion for serving these special children.


— We Meet Monthly

Meetings are held on the 3rd Monday of each month at 6:00 PM in the Forum I Building located at 6750 Poplar Ave, Suite 204, Memphis, TN 38138


Caleb R. met Max Lucado…here is his note after returning

Dear Individuals God chose to grant me my dream to pray over Max:   Each person touched my heart by providing my parents with the funding and connections for my dream adventure.  Join me in thanking Jesus for how each one of God’s children are being blessed by organizations such as The Dream Factory.  Continue on my newest friends.  Jesus’s child..Caleb R

Maddox’s Shopping Spree

Maddox’s first dream was to swim with the pigs on Pig Beach in the Bahamas.  Because of the storm damage from Hurricane Dorian, his second choice was a shopping spree.  Best Buy, GameStop and Urban Air Adventures rolled out the red carpet when Maddox pulled up in his LimoExpress limousine wearing a tuxedo.  Our thanks to them for making Maddox’s dream so special.


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