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Donate To Emma Samms' Starlight Foundation


Starlight Foundation Needs Your Help

Emma Samms’ (ex-Holly Scorpio) Starlight Foundation is doing its annual Holiday giving for hospitalized children all over the USA.

Donate To Emma Samms’ Starlight Foundation

Saturday, December 6, 2008, 4:30 PM

Former General Hospital star Emma Samms (ex-Holly Scorpio) is doing its annual Holiday giving for hospitalized children all over the USA.

Samms co-created the Starlight Foundation ( in the 80s while originally on GH. The children’s charity grants wishes for chronically, critically and terminally ill children. Starlight was started in Los Angeles, CA and today Starlight is international and is doing a special Holiday Giving– to give Christmas gifts to hospitalized Children for the holiday. In England, Kate Middleton, Prince William’s girlfriend has teamed up with Emma and Starlight to give 10,000 kids in the UK a merry Christmas (Click here to read article).

People can donate for a child to receive a stuffed lion for the holiday, buy a lion for a child in their life, or donate in another person’s name.  It is a great way to brighten the holiday for a sick child and to bring a smile into a kid in your own life. Or you can donate any small amount to help a sick children and their families.

To donate, please click the following link.

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