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BLOG: How Kids Are Changing the World

Meet Roxie, 9 years old from Florida and how she helps Stars of HOPE with her parents. Roxie is showing the world how kids can make a diffrence by understanding what is going on in the world today and taking action! Roxie was asked how she liked showing others how to create hope and here […]

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HOPE ALERT: Odessa & Midland, TX

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HOPE ALERT: Dayton, Ohio

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Charlottesville Unity Days Create HOPE

When I was 10 years old, in 1977, the Nazis tried to march in Skokie, Illinois, and there was a battle over constitutional rights. Looking back, that was probably when I first understood that the law was complicated . . . and interesting, and when I first heard the concept that someone else’s rights of […]

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HOPE ALERT: El Paso Texas

On the morning of August 3, 2019, the community of El Paso, TX and the nation were shaken at the core by a mass shooting. 22 lives were taken as 24 were injured and many more impacted by a senseless act of violence. With Stars of HOPE, you can help lift the spirits of the […]

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COMMUNITY PROJECT: Highlands Ranch, CO

It is said that one person can make a difference in the world, this time it was Dina Barnum a Mom, Wife and Real Estate Agent who lives in the community of Highlands Ranch.  After the incident that took place on May 7, 2019, at the STEM School, Dina thought back to a time years […]

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Hope Alert for Charlottesville Unity Days

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HOPE ALERT: Highlands Ranch, Colorado

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NEWS: Ocoee resident finds healing through Stars of HOPE

Elsie Cintron-Rosado spreads hope and pays it forward through volunteering with Stars of HOPE. by: Danielle Hendrix Associate Editor They come painted with different colors and styles, each emblazoned with phrases and inspirational mantras.  “Just breathe.” “Love wins.” “Choose hope, choose love.” “Fear is a liar.” Some are painted by survivors of natural disasters or community tragedies. […]

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NEWS: Creating, Sharing HOPE after Hurricane Michael

Stephanie Wray quickly grabbed the attention of the chattering children seated before her. “I came here for you to help me with a special mission,” Wray said. Now, any parent or teacher of children ages 4-6 knows “special mission” is catnip to a young mind. The quest is to keep that mind engaged. And Wray […]

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