Starlight children, young people & their families
Captain Starlight helps distract Anabela from her treatments and makes her time in hospital much happier.
The Starlight Express Room feels like a day trip out for Bertie; it's an escape from what happens on the ward.
Bonnie wasn't allowed visitors in hospital, so without Starlight, it would have been lonely and isolating.
While ongoing hospital appointments are stressful, no visit is complete without a trip to the Starlight Express Room.
Smiling and laughing with Captain Starlight helped Isla forget about being a 'cancer kid'.
Starlight has taken the stress out of everything that's going on with Tamika's health.
Will and his family went on the trip of a lifetime for his Starlight Wish.
Helena says she loves that in the Starlight Express Room, she isn't the 'sick kid'.
Hunter's favourite movie in hospital was 101 Dalmatians. Guess what he asked for his Starlight Wish?
Gee family Christmas lights
This family lights up their home to bring joy to sick kids
Pestily's quest to raise $1million
Gamer Pesitly is raising $1million by streaming games
Dale's marathon push to raise $35,000
Dale pushed his wheelchair 42kms in the Melbourne Marathon to raise money for sick kids
Jay experienced Starlight as a child and now enjoys giving back.
Pam enjoys watching the faces of sick children transform into smiles and laughter
No two days are the same for Andrea when she volunteers in the Starlight Express Room.
Ben started out volunteering while studying and has now volunteered over 640 hours for Starlight.
The day Brad spends volunteering at Livewire is the best day of his week.
Volunteering allows Charlotte to be herself and do what she loves - putting smiles on kids' faces.
Hien's been providing smiles to kids and families in the Starlight Express Room for over 15 years!