Campus Princess Program Celebrates Second Anniversary

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Campus Princess Program Celebrates Second Anniversary

By Maureen Halley


After only two short years, the Campus Princess Program has grown to be an organization comprised of 60 students at Anna Maria College. Since its inception, the student volunteers have given over 300 hours to making children smile. The students travel to children’s hospitals, care centers and therapy locations dressed up as special fantasy characters from film and comic books. The program’s slogan “Ever Moment Matters,” reflects this believe in the idea that one small moment can turn around a whole day, week or even a lifetime because with magic, anything is possible.


“No matter an individual’s situation, there are good moments in each day if we only look for them,” said Alyssa Banks, Founder of Campus Princess Program. “What started as an idea has flourished into an organization and I am so excited to celebrate all that we have been able to accomplish in just two years.”


The Campus Princess Program has had the opportunity to spread magic to Boston Children’s Hospital, UMass Memorial Hospital in Worcester, Tufts Medical Center, Shriner’s Hospital, Camp Sunshine, Kennedy Donovan Center, Hasbro Children’s Hospital, Bay State Children’s Hospital, Why Me & Sherry’s House, Cater 2 Kids OT, UMass Cancer Walk, Boston Children’s Eversource Walk, Gillette Stadium’s Annual Buzz-off for people fighting cancer and Notre Dame Pediatric Palliative Care Center. The program was voted Organization of the Year 2017-2018 and 2018-2019 by Anna Maria students.


The Anna Maria College Campus Princess Program and the AYJ Fun will host the Winter Wishes Ball on Saturday, December 7, 2019 at 6:30pm at the Southeast Dining Hall.



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