700 Lac De Ville Boulevard,
Rochester, NY 14618
Mon - Fri 8:00 am to 5:30 pm
Phone: 585-385-6287
Fax: 585-383-0033
info@daystarkids.org
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A Gift That Gives Back

Maia’s Gift of Love Note Cards have raised nearly $40,000; giving Daystar Kids an incredible opportunity to learn, play, explore, and defy the limitations of their medical conditions.  

About Maia

Maia, a ten-year old Park Road Elementary school student, is a young artist with a huge heart and talents to match. What began as recreational finger painting has now blossomed into an impressive collection of stunning watercolor and acrylic compositions that showcase Maia’s eye for detail and evoke her passion for life, learning, and compassion for others. Inspired by her grandmother, Mikki Doling, and her tireless advocacy for children with special healthcare needs, at age 7, Maia curated her first set of note cards to benefit Daystar Kids. 

 

Give a Gift of Love

With every set you purchase, 100% of the proceeds will be donated to Daystar Kids. Choose from the series listed below.    

 

Winter Series: Glow Of The Season, Winter Spirit and Light Your Way

                   

 

 

 

 

Original Collection: Sunrise of Hope, Set Your Sails High, Rainbow of Joy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Path of Dreams, Leap of Faith and Ripples of Life

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Purchase online:  $10.00 for a set of (6) six

Winter Series two each or Original Series one each

 If ordering online, indicate which series you prefer in the special instructions.  

 

Kindly add shipping fees to your total:  1-pack $1.36, 2-packs $2.83, 

3-packs $3.40, 4-packs $3.78, 5-packs $4.16, 6-10-packs $6.45

 

To order by phone contact: (585) 385-6287 

or

Mail checks made payable to Daystar Kids

700 Lac De Ville Boulevard, Rochester, NY 14618

Attn: Maia's Cards

or click on the green button below to order online.

 

 

 

Click Here to Read the Democrat and Chronicle article about Maia her 

Click Here to Visit Maia's story at Hooplaha