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Celebrate, Give Thanks, and Do Good with Starlight

This week, as you sit down to celebrate with friends and family and get started on the holiday festivities, do something special for the seriously ill kids and families in your community and across the country. 

Give happiness to children whose lives have been impacted by serious and chronic illness - and feel the warmth of the season - with these fun ways to give to Starlight:

  1. Become a monthly donor: nothing is more important than sustained, reliable support. It’s quick and easy to start your monthly donation, and you’ll never have to think about it again. 

  2. RSVP to our Giving Tuesday Facebook Event to show your Starlight pride and share with your friends and family. All donations (up to $50,000) will be matched that day by our generous partner, Niagara Cares! 

  3. Start a fundraiser for Giving Tuesday. Want to go above and beyond? Don’t just donate on Giving Tuesday, but really join the action and start your own fundraiser on Facebook, or through our secure platform. Spread the word and have fun. ‘Tis the season to give back. 

  4. Place an ENTIRE Starlight program at your local hospital. End 2019 on a high note and dig deep to place a Gaming console, VR unit or set of 100 of our bright, empowering, doctor-approved Starlight Gowns at a children’s healthcare facility near you. 

  5. Simply make a one-time donation. It doesn’t have to be big, it doesn’t take long: while you’re planning all the fun you’re going to have this holiday season, pop over to our donate page and make a quick donation to deliver happiness to hospitalized kids. It’s easy as pie. 

Here at Starlight, we are truly grateful for you, our community. You make our work possible and we are so honored that you choose to support our mission to reach every hospitalized child with our game-changing programs such as Starlight Virtual Reality and Starlight Gaming. 

Thank you for making 2019 our biggest and best year yet!

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