Get Involved

Anyone can make a difference.

See below to find a way for you to get involved in brightening the lives of seriously ill children across Canada.

Register your family!

Applying to become a Starlight child is a rather simple process! We kindly ask that you help us better understand your child and the rest of your family dynamic by completing the Medical Professional Form and filling out our Starlight Family Survey.

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Upcoming Events

Starlight is always up to something. View our full calendar to see how you can get involved.  

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Put Words Into Action

For $10 at www.gofundme.com/f/one-word, fill in the missing _____ for a seriously ill child again that COVID-19 took from them. DONATE and SHARE this video today to help us put words back into action.

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Starlight Bear

Now in its 12th year, 2020’s Limited Edition Collectible Starlight Bear® features Grey, designed by 6-year-old Christian.

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Have a birthday or celebration coming up and don’t want gifts?

Raise money to give gifts to seriously ill children instead and help them celebrate their birthday, knowing their next one is not always guaranteed. Instead of gifts, ask for donations. Yes, it’s that easy to change lives.

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Special Promotions

Check out Starlight’s special limited promotions before it’s too late!

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Host a Fundraiser

Starlight is grateful for all efforts, no matter how big or small your event is.

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Volunteer

Help make a difference – and have fun doing it!

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Become a Starlight Ambassador

Do you consider yourself a community leader? Become a Starlight Ambassador!

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Remember seriously ill children in your Will

Leave a charitable gift, and your legacy, behind.

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Donate Your Car

Put your used car towards a good cause!

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Families for Families

Are you a Starlight family looking for a way to give back to other Starlight families? Now you can!

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Team Wishes

Join the inspiring group of Starlight teens, siblings, mothers and alumni on their journey to grant wishes.

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