Stars That Shine participated in the United Way of the Eastern Panhandle Day of Caring!
Stars That Shine participated in the 28th Annual Day of Caring for the second year in a row! The community and others came together to help support Stars That Shine and other organizations so that they can continue to create a better future and services for those in need. Thanks to the help from the community, businesses, and organizes, Stars That Shine can keep providing assistance and support to girls in the Eastern Panhandle.
This year for the United Way of the Eastern Panhandle Day of Caring, Stars That Shine packaged period products and feminine hygiene essentials to be delivered to Berkeley and Morgan County, West Virginia schools. This is part of the Girls United PERIOD Project which was established to end period poverty.
Thank you to the American Public University for participating and helping to support the community. In addition, a big thank you to all the helping hands: Kisha LoBianco, Amy Everson, Jenny McGuigan, Katie Darder, LaVarn Gordon, Lindsey Bordovsky, Janet Athanasiou, Amanda Wilson-Echeverria, and Christina Balmer-Gage.