Stack The Caps

Stack the Caps for Kids with Cancer

About Stack the Caps

Stack the Caps began in 2008 at Camp Starlight in Starlight, Pennsylvania. The event was inspired by a wonderful camper and a true role model for adolescent girls, Brielle Namer, who died from a very rare form of cancer. In her memory, Camp Starlight’s Owners and Directors have organized an annual drive to provide new baseball caps to children with cancer. Over 400 feet of caps have been stacked by Camp Starlight in the four years since the inception of Stack the Caps. Memorial Sloan Kettering and Children’s Hospital Boston are two hospitals to receive donations. Our goal is to stack over one mile of caps. To achieve this goal, we are looking for leaders to host Stack the Caps events in local communities and schools.

Hayley Miller

Hayley Miller is a Junior at The University of Miami. She was a camper at Camp Starlight for eleven years and currently works as an Assistant Division Leader at camp. Brielle Namer’s leadership and example inspired Stack the Caps, and Hayley is honored to remember her former campmate by bringing the spirit of camp year round to the community.

Jason Glick

Jason Glick is a fifth grade teacher at the Saint Andrew's School in Boca Raton, Fl with an Ed.M. from Harvard University. At school, Jason is involved in the Video and Technology clubs, in addition to directing the yearly musical for the Lower School. During the summers, Jason is happy to be the Head Counselor for the younger boys at Camp Starlight. His long-standing relationship with Starlight allowed him to bear witness to not only the creation of the Stack the Caps movement, but also the remarkable girl who inspired it. Jason is proud to be associated with Stack the Caps and looks forward to watching it grow.

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