Join our community of monthly givers. Just $1 a day can provide a comfy hospital gown for a hospitalized kid.

Give Monthly

Due to COVID-19 hospitalized kids need you more than ever. Become a Shining Star and join our monthly giving program to be a light to these kids during their darkest times.

Shining Stars are a passionate group of monthly givers dedicated to transforming the hospital experience and delivering happiness to millions of seriously ill kids. Your monthly support ensures that Starlight can provide innovative and groundbreaking programs to hospitalized kids at more than 800 hospital partners across the country.

Become a Shining Star

Give monthly, and deliver happiness to seriously ill kids

  1. $10

    $10 can provide 10 hours of virtual reality for 10 seriously ill kids

    Give $10
  2. $15

    $15 (50 cents per day) can provide an hour of game play to 15 seriously ill kids

  3. $25

    $25 (less than a $1 per day) can provide a comfy and colorful hospital gown for a seriously ill kid

As a Shining Star...

As a Shining Star, you will feel connected, inspired and invested. Here’s what you can expect once you join:

  • Quarterly impact reports that show how your investment is delivering happiness to seriously ill kids throughout the country

  • A Starlight pin to wear proudly on a bag or your lapel

  • Exclusive communications from our CEO, Board Chair members and Starlight families

  • Behind the scenes look at program developments

  • Annual “surprise gifts” from our corporate partners

  • End of year annual report on your impact

My biggest fear of giving to nonprofits is that only a fraction of the donation actually makes an impact. I don’t have that fear with Starlight. Who wouldn’t want to bring joy to these children who have had so much of their normal childhood taken from them already?

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Starlight brings a smile to our patients and normalizes the environment in their most anxious hour.

- Debi Fingerhut, Senior Child Life Specialist/ Educator, Miller Children's Long Beach

Seeing my son in the hospital after surgery was terrifying. But, as soon as they introduced him to the Starlight Gaming Station, his eyes lit up. He started talking more. It was great just to see him be normal again.

- Edwin Sr., father of pediatric patient at Hospital for Special Surgery in New York