Shooting Star Chase is opening a brand new shop in Chiswick – enabling local residents to help support the sick children and their families who live in the heart of the community.
Just hours after the tragic events in London, a record number of warm-hearted walkers defiantly came out in force for the Sunrise Walk, raising £53,500 for Shooting Star Chase’s bereaved families.
Five staff have been awarded a Metropolitan Police commendation for their bravery after a multiple stabbing in Hampton last year.
A total of 82 Shooting Star Chase runners took to the streets of the capital for the Virgin Money London Marathon and raised a record amount of £180,000 and counting!
Stephanie Nimmo is releasing her first book, Was This In The Plan?, about her family’s rollercoaster journey through life-limiting illness, terminal cancer and autism – and is donating 5% of the RRP of book pre-orders to Shooting Star Chase.
A stampede of 117 fundraisers tackled The Broadgate Tower’s 877 steps for our Tower Run last weekend – and raised over £7,000 and counting!
Mother’s Day is a time to celebrate mums who are simply amazing – and there are none more remarkable than mothers who care for a child with a life-limiting condition, and the grandmothers who, in turn, support them. Salliann and Hannah, a mother and a daughter from Ashtead, are just two of these incredible women, who are cared for by Shooting Star Chase.
The first ever thank you event for Shooting Star Chase challengers took place in March, and saw six brave fundraisers receive awards for their particularly outstanding achievements in 2016.
Shooting Star Chase recently thanked corporate supporters, and celebrated their amazing fundraising and volunteering achievements in 2016, with a wine and canape reception in London.
A supported teenager who struggles to speak has made the ultimate romantic gesture this Valentine’s Day by defying his condition to write and perform a song for the object of his affections.