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.
Leading office design and fit-out specialist, Area Sq, have very generously given the reception at Christopher’s a wonderful facelift!
Shooting Star Chase is lucky enough to be one of 40 charities supported by the Nicest Job in Britain over the next year – and we had the absolute pleasure of welcoming Alice, the winner of the Nicest Job in Britain, to the charity just before Christmas.
The X Factor 2016 winner, Matt Terry, visited Shooting Star House last week to give sick children and their families a Christmas to remember.
Shooting Star Chase celebrity supporters including Dermot O’Leary, Louis Walsh and Honey G took to the phones with City brokers at ICAP’s 24th annual Charity Day.
This week NICE (National Institute for Health and Care Excellence) has released guidance about improving palliative care by supporting the whole family during a child’s end of life – with support from Shooting Star Chase.
Exciting news! Shooting Star Chase and children’s hospice umbrella organisation, Together for Short Lives, are the beneficiary of The X Factor charity single for a second year!
Fearless folk hot-footed it across coals of up to 1200°F at Shooting Star Chase’s Fire Walk in Chiswick Park in November – and raised a huge and counting for children with life-limiting conditions and their families.
A daring auntie has baldly gone where no fundraiser has gone before, by getting a tattoo and shaving her head to encourage donations before she walks on hot coals in November – all to raise money for Shooting Star Case who care for her five-month-old nephew, Gibson.