Out of more than 100 charities to apply, Together for Short Lives, the only charity supporting the UK’s 54 children’s hospices, including Shooting Star Children’s Hospices, won a Morrisons colleague vote to decide which charity would benefit from a three-year partnership aiming to raise around £10 million.
A huge congratulations to our Executive Vice-President, Karen Sugarman, who on Wednesday 17 November received her MBE from HRH The Princess Royal at a ceremony in Windsor Castle for her services to life-limited children and young people.
Losing a brother or sister is a hard thing for a child to process. Grief is very individual, and every bereaved parent, brother and sister will experience a range of thoughts and feelings at different times. That’s why we offer many different opportunities for support for up to three years after a child dies. One…
Rosie and Alex want to share their story about how Shooting Star Children’s Hospices has and continues to be a lifeline for them, and to so many families, and to ask if you would give a gift this Christmas so we can be there for hundreds more families for when they need it most.
A host of stars including Simon Cowell, Lauren Silverman, Dame Joan Collins, Tony Hadley MBE, Brenda Blethyn, Leigh Francis and Julian Clary came together on Friday 12th November to show their support for The Shooting Star Ball, in aid of Shooting Star Children’s Hospices.
The ongoing pandemic meant that many events got pushed back to the autumn meaning September and October have been jam packed with fabulous fundraisers!
On Thursday 28 October, Chelsea and England footballer Mason Mount spent the afternoon visiting children and families at our Guildford based hospice, Christopher’s.
On Friday 22 October, Rt Hon Dominic Raab MP took on a skydive, jumping from 15,000 feet to raise money for Shooting Star Children’s Hospices.
Fuller’s have been in partnership with Shooting Star Children’s Hospices since 2012 and in that time, they have tirelessly supported the local children’s hospice charity in every way possible. This phenomenal support has resulted in Fuller’s reaching a massive £927,000.