This year was a big year for Starr Commonwealth; we celebrated 100 years of being able to help children, families and communities.
We commemorated this historic occasion at our Founder’s Day event in October, where we honored our alumni who came back to visit, talked about what Starr has done for the past 100 years and what we hope to accomplish in the next 100.
Our Founder’s Day event including speakers Holly Robinson Peete and Rodney Peete, who have a son with autism and are highly active in raising awareness. We also had an amazing performance by Matt Giraud, who was on season 9 of American Idol.
During this presentation, we also unveiled a video that includes interviews with staff and alumni from Starr, as well as descriptions of all of our different programs. If you were unable to come to our event, we now have our video up on YouTube!
For more interviews with attendants at our Founder’s Day event this year, please visit our Video Diary.