Blue Cross Blue Shield Named Stars Comet Sponsor

Filed Under: Non Profit News

WEYMOUTH, RANDOLPH, and SOUTH SHORE– South Shore Stars has announced the Comet Sponsor for its upcoming 50th Anniversary Celebration:  Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts.

South Shore Stars is a nonprofit organization that provides comprehensive early education and youth development programs through a family-support approach.  Stars has served as a resource for working parents on the South Shore since 1970.

Stars will be celebrating a half-century of providing the highest quality programs to thousands of families and the South Shore’s most vulnerable children.  The 50th Anniversary Celebration will take place on Wednesday, October 14, 2020, beginning at 6 p.m. at Lombardo’s in Randolph and will feature a signature cocktail reception, a full dinner, and a program that honors the five facets of Stars:  the visionary founders, government leaders, corporate supporters, community partners, and phenomenal staff. Andrew Dreyfus, President and CEO of BCBSMA is serving on the honorary committee.

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts is a state-licensed private health insurance company under the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association with headquarters in Boston.  Their mission is the relentless pursuit of quality, affordable health care with an unparalleled consumer experience.  BCBSMA has been supporting Stars for many years through Service Day and other volunteer and event sponsorship support.

Organizations that serve as sponsors for the 50th Anniversary Celebration support the Stars Constellation Fund, which was established to achieve the following goals:  increasing support for the growing number of children who have experienced trauma; providing additional focus on social and emotional development; developing and fulfilling an agency-wide family support and engagement plan; expanding programming for older youth; and deploying technology to better serve children.

“Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts is an important community partner that understands the bigger picture when it comes to early education and the positive impact this has on the health of these individuals for years to come,” said Sheri Adlin, executive director of South Shore Stars.  “We truly appreciate their support of our gala, and their flexibility.”

For more information about the gala, including sponsorship information, please contact Kristen White at or text STARS50TICKETS to 41444 for a mobile link.

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