Starlight Children’s Foundation is on a mission to improve quality of life for children, families and communities around the world.  Starlight does this by aligning with global, national and community partners to advance children’s health in every dimension – from prevention and protection to safety and stability to comfort and care – because children are the foundation of our families and of our communities.

Founded in 1982, Starlight invests in programs and partners in 11 countries and territories around the world. It is no wonder Starlight has accrued numerous accolades and awards.

Digging Deep is proud to be a product donor to Starlight and help advance the mission.  “Starlight focuses on supporting the physical as well as the emotional health of young people, so we are thrilled to be able to offer Digging Deep to our network of community partners,” says Jacquie Hart, Global CEO, and Starlight Children’s Foundation.

Learn more at, and follow Starlight on Instagram and Facebook at /StarlightChildrensFoundation and on Twitter @StarlightOnline.

Sheri Brisson
Sheri Sobrato Brisson is a brain tumor survivor who discovered the importance of self-reflection during her recovery. From her personal illness experience and a dozen years supporting families and children with serious illness, her life’s philanthropic mission is to empower families and children facing serious illness. She has started and facilitated support groups for children with illness and their families for over twenty years with organizations such as the American Cancer Society, National Brain Tumor Foundation, Ronald McDonald House, and Packard Children’s Hospital. She has served as Board Member for many children’s health nonprofit organizations including American Cancer Society San Jose, UCSF/Mt. Zion Auxiliary, Creighton Health Institute, and Okizu Foundation. Brisson received her master’s degree in counseling from Santa Clara University and her undergraduate degree in human biology from Stanford University.
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