It was a day of smiles and sunshine at Christopher’s as supported children and their families welcomed lots of furry friends and enjoyed some fun activities and entertainment at our Easter Party.
10-year-old Roxanne has been getting creative whilst raising lots of money for Shooting Star Children’s Hospices by making and selling a huge array of homemade cards!
Shooting Star Children’s Hospices is very lucky to have such dedicated and amazing supporters and volunteers, and last Tuesday, two of our stalwart supporters, Jane and Dave Nash received a very special award acknowledging their support to the community.
Every year at Easter many kind people donate Easter eggs to us, but the majority of the life-limited children we support are unable to eat chocolate. For them another type of Easter gift can help them feel included at this special time of year. Lilly-Anne has an undiagnosed condition where her gut doesn’t work. She…
Joined by staff, volunteers and supporters of the charity, Dame Joan Collins showed them first hand some of the beautiful items she had kindly donated – from designer hats to shoes, dresses and tops.
The ‘Celebrating Rory’ team kicked off their 2019 fundraising in style as they put their brain matter to the test with a Great British Quiz in memory of Rory, who was cared for by Shooting Star Children’s Hospices.
The Spring sunshine shone down on our capital city and our triumphant team of runners as they took on the London Landmarks Half Marathon on Sunday 24th March.
Supporters of Shooting Star Children’s Hospices quite literally rose to the ultimate challenge on Saturday 23rd March, taking on the iconic Twickenham Stadium and its thousands of steps to raise vital funds for the families we support.
In just a few days’ time, Mandy Cullen is taking on the ultimate stair climbing event, the Stadium Challenge, in memory of family friend Jess, who received end-of-life care and support from Shooting Star Children’s Hospices.