Global superstar Dame Joan Collins brought her trademark glamour to Fulham on Tuesday (6 February) at the official opening of the newest Shooting Star Chase charity shop.
Amazing news! Shooting Star Chase has the X Factor once again, as the charity is joint beneficiary of the show’s single, along with children’s hospice umbrella organisation, Together for Short Lives, for a third year.
A host of stars came together for a night of inspiration and celebration at the annual Paul Strank Charitable Gala in aid of their Charitable Trust and the local charities they support including Shooting Star Chase.
Stars including Simon Cowell, Dame Joan Collins, Sir Cliff Richard, Tony Hadley and Louis Walsh were out in force to show their support for the Shooting Star Chase Ball, which raised £269,000 for children with life-limiting conditions.
A host of stars including Holly Willoughby, Peter Jones, Frank and Christine Lampard, Leigh Francis and Tej Lalvani were on hand to support TV presenter Phillip Schofield as he hosted a Clay Pigeon Shoot, raising money for Shooting Star Chase and the Peter Jones Foundation.
Shooting Star Chase Vice President, Simon Cowell, and his partner Lauren Silverman, led a host of stars in treating sick children and their families to an exclusive afternoon tea at The Dorchester in London.
The X Factor 2016 winner, Matt Terry, visited Shooting Star House last week to give sick children and their families a Christmas to remember.
David Walliams raised a smile – and a lot of laughs – when he visited Shooting Star Chase children’s hospice.
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.
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!