Monthly Archives: February 2015

The Benefit of Third Party Events / Les avantages des événements organisés par des tiers

It is no surprise that charities today are overwhelmed working to support their mission.  With a constant need for growth of programming and outreach alongside competition from other organizations, not-for-profits need to keep on their toes to seek new opportunities

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The Importance Of Starlight’s In-Hospital Programming / L’importance des programmes de Starlight dans les hôpitaux

Fredericton, NB… Abbotsford,BC… Trois-Rivières, QC… Hay River, NT… not cities that might immediately come to mind when thinking about the Canadian landscape, but they are four of the more than one hundred locations across the country in which the Starlight

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Thank You To CanSPEP!

We want to take this opportunity to thank The Canadian Society of Event Planners (CanSPEP) for their amazing support of Starlight over the past couple years. CanSPEP is a powerful, vibrant and growing association of independent event planner entrepreneurs who collectively produce

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Help Starlight Child Daniella Grant Wishes For Other Starlight Children!

Daniella is a beautiful and talented Starlight child who was recently a recipient of our Starlight wish program. Daniella’s wish was to climb a mountain, and with Starlight’s help, she did just that! Over the holidays, Daniella told her mother

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Meet Starlight Volunteer Dan Mornar! / Voici Dan Mornar, un bénévole de Starlight!

In 1996, Dan was instrumental in bringing Starlight Children’s Foundation to British Columbia. In fact, Mr. Mornar was the individual who contacted the Starlight Global office in the United States, and was quickly appointed our B.C. representative! Over the years,

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Starlight Child Jacob’s Trip To Banff / Le voyage à Banff de Jacob, un enfant Starlight

Meet Jacob, a 17-year-old Starlight teen from Halifax, Nova Scotia, who suffers from congenital heart disease and Noonan’s syndrome. Jacob has always had a passion for everything Medieval. In fact, one of his biggest dreams has always been to sleep

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