In the last couple of months, several mass tragedies have devastated our nation.
In October, 11 people were killed in a mass shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh. In November, 12 people were gunned down in at a bar in Thousand Oaks, California and 2 more were killed at a yoga studio in Tallahassee.
In times of tragedy, it is often difficult to know how to respond, how to help a grieving community or even how to talk to your children about what has happened.
One way to respond to hate is with hope. With Stars of HOPE, you can send hope through hand-painted messages of love, healing and encouragement on wooden stars. A simple and small act of kindness to remind people that they are not alone and that love is stronger than hate.
Stars of HOPE helps build emotional resiliency and bring people of all ages, all faiths, nationalities, cultures, backgrounds together to strengthen the communal emotional recovery in the way of a tragedy.
Thanks to our wonderful Ambassadors of HOPE, Stars of HOPE have been delivered to Pittsburgh, Thousand Oaks and Tallahassee to bring hope and healing to those who read the words of encouragement and love from people all over the world.
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