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.
At 82, Tony Leppard thinks nothing of stepping up to the ultimate stair climbing event, the Stadium Challenge, in order to raise as much as he can for his local children’s charity.
The brightest event of the year returns! Now in its seventh year, the Sunrise Walk is your moment to shine. This June gather your friends and family together to help raise money to support babies, children and young people with life-limiting conditions, and their families.
Every year hundreds of people take on amazing challenges for Shooting Star Children’s Hospices, pushing themselves to the limit to raise as much as possible, and 2018 was no exception. Now it’s your chance to pick our overall Challenger of the Year. The winner will receive their challenger of the Year award at our annual thank you event.
On a cold and bright Sunday morning 10 of our runners from our 2019 London Marathon team paid a visit to our Hampton hospice, Shooting Star House.
Are you looking for a challenge that’ll put a spring in your step? Want to rise above the rest? Then step right up for the Stadium Challenge on Saturday 23 March 2019.
On a crisp and cold Saturday evening, fearless folk brought their warmth and bravery to Guildford’s Stoke Park to take part in a walk with a difference – the 2018 Fire Walk!
The weather couldn’t dampen the spirits of our triumphant #TeamSSC as 55 runners donned their trainers to hit the sodden route of the Royal Parks Half Marathon, raising £25,000 and counting for Shooting Star Chase.
On a wheelie wet and windy day 80 triumphant #Team SSC riders (our biggest team to date!) battled the elements and took on the challenging 100 mile course that was Prudential RideLondon 100, raising £21,000 and counting for Shooting Star Chase.