From the capital of Scotland to the capital of England and even the skies of Salisbury, our wonderful intrepid supporters were out in force this weekend taking part in various challenges to raise money for their local children’s hospice charity.
On Friday 24th May, Vice President of Shooting Star Children’s Hospices, Simon Cowell and Patron Lauren Silverman joined families supported by the charity for afternoon tea at the Royal Lancaster Hotel in London.
Corporate supporters Usborne Publishing channelled their creativity and icing skills this week as they held a special ‘That’s not my…!’ inspired bake sale in aid of Shooting Star Children’s Hospices.
Exciting news announced today as stellar supergroup The Jaded Hearts Club Band are set to play an amazing gig on Monday 3 June with all proceeds going to Shooting Star Children’s Hospices.
Shooting Star Children’s Hospices welcomed some wonderful international visitors at the beginning of the month – all the way from Singapore!
A special evening of celebration was held on Wednesday 1 May to commemorate an amazing year of fundraising by our wonderful corporate partners. With their ongoing support they have collectively raised over £1 million in 2018, helping make every moment count for babies, children and young people with life-limiting conditions, and their families.
On Sunday 28 April, 68 amazing #TeamShootingStar runners raised £170,000 and counting for Shooting Star Children’s Hospices after taking to the streets of the capital for the 39th Virgin Money London Marathon.
There is only a few days left until this year’s London Marathon, and our team of fabulous #ShootingStar runners are doing their last minute prep before the big day. One of our amazing runners, Anthony Davies, had some rather particular last minute preparations to do – so paid a visit to Christopher’s in need of some finishing touches to his intergalactic costume!
The amazing people at Ecclesiastical Insurance have launched a campaign – Movement for Good Awards. This campaign support charities across the country by giving people the opportunity to nominate their chosen charity to be in with a chance of receiving £1000.