By Alecia Reed
(CNN) — San Francisco is going all-out to make a sick child’s dream come true. Over 7,000 volunteers will be on the streets of San Francisco on Friday as 5-year-old Miles gets to live out his dream.
Diagnosed with leukemia at 20 months old, it’s been a long battle for the Tulelake boy. Having made it through the worst part of his treatment, Miles is now in remission and has more energy. On Friday, Miles will need all the energy he can muster as he gets to play Batman and keep the streets of San Francisco safe.
The Make-A-Wish Foundation Greater Bay Area has never seen an outpouring like this before, they’re hoping this will influence people to help make other children’s’ wishes come true.
Miles will end his task at City Hall, where both the mayor and police chief will congratulate him and present him with a key to the city. Because of the massive crowd expected, the Make-A-Wish Foundation encourages anyone that plans to come cheer miles on, to RSVP before Friday.