Camp Out for Cancer
September 12, 2015
Camp Out for Cancer is an inspiring family-friendly event that raises funds for cancer services in our community,
such as transportation to medical appointments, wigs and scarves for chemotherapy patients, and much more. There are many ways to get involved: from
joining a planning committee to forming or joining a team, from a corporate sponsorship to purchasing honorary luminary
candles. Mark your calendar now and don't miss this event!
Buy a Ribbon on the STARS Destruction Derby Car!
Nadine and Hector, friends of the Amador STARS, have a destruction derby car in the Amador County Fair this year, and are using their car to raise funds for the STARS! Hector's goal is to raise $7000 by mid-July, with all funds going to STARS. To help them reach their goal, you can purchase a ribbon to place on the car and add a dedication to the ribbon. Ribbons are available at the STARS office through July 15 -- medium ribbons are $25 and large ribbons are $100. You add the dedication. The car should be on display at the office during the week of June 22-June 26th! You can get a photo with the car. Thanks to this awesome couple for dedicating something so special to those who battle cancer!
Walmart's Camp Out for Cancer team is selling chocolate candy bars for $1 each. These candy bars are also available at the STARs office through mid-July! Please stop by and pick up some chocolate, all for the cause.
Shop for the Cause
August 23, 2015
Team 5 is holding another incredible shopping fundraiser at one of our favorite shops in Cameron Park, Mirror Mirror! 30% of in-store and online sales and 100% of raffle sales go to the Amador STARS on Sunday August 23rd from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. We got to know Nici about 3 years ago as she was in treatment undergoing a stem cell transplant. She ran a business full-time and faced her diagnosis head on with such a positive attitude. She also decided to fundraise for the Amador STARS at the same time, and continues to donate to cancer research!
learn more about nici's story