Kids Helping Kids
This program engages high school, middle school, and elementary students from throughout Colorado as volunteers with the Shining Stars Foundation in a variety of projects and roles. The targeted volunteer activities give students the opportunity to learn the importance of philanthropy, and promote an understanding and acceptance of children living with a life threatening illness. In addition, presentations are given in local schools to promote an understanding and acceptance of children who have cancer or another life threatening illness. Last year, over 3,193 kids were served throughout Colorado.
To learn more, become a volunteer, or inquire about having an awareness presentation at your school contact:
Aspen Student Volunteer Program
Tom Hills began the Aspen Student Volunteer program with a handful of his former students. The program has since grown to a wide network of student volunteers who are involved with a number of Shining Stars Foundation events and programs, including the Aspen Winter Games, Aspen Summer Adventure, Holiday Toy Drive, and other outreach opportunities.
To learn more about the Aspen Student Volunteer program, contact:
Director - Student Volunteer Program