Five-year-old Miles Scott has spent the past three years fighting leukemia. Now that he’s in remission, he wants to fight crime. The Make-A-Wish Foundation sponsored a day to make his big dreams come true. Thousands of San Franciscans lined the streets to catch a glimpse of Batkid and a full-sized Batman zooming around the city in a Lamborghini bat mobile, untying a damsel in distress on the cable car tracks, catching the notorious Riddler before he could carry out his robbery, chasing the Penguin and at the end of it all, receiving a key to the city. As Miles lived out his superhero dreams, hearts melted around the country; and this is only 1 of 14,000 wishes granted every year by the Make-A-Wish Foundation. After years of health struggles for this little guy, his special day isn’t one he’ll soon forget. For more information about the foundation, or to see how you can help kids like Miles, check out Make-A-Wish America. What’s a heartwarming story that made an impact on you?