It’s your moment to shine as the Sunrise Walk returns! By taking part in the Sunrise Walk 2018 you can help us reach our target of £90,000 so we can continue providing a lifeline for parents, siblings and other family members who are coping with the devastating loss of a child.
61 splendid Santa’s donned their suits (and beards!) on Saturday 2 December and took to the trees to complete Shooting Star Chase’s latest challenge – Santa Skywalk to help raise vital funds for sick children and their families.
Fearless folk hot-footed it across scorching coals at Shooting Star Chase’s Fire Walk last week – raising a huge £18,500 and counting for children with life-limiting conditions and their families.
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.
We are extremely saddened to learn of the death of two dedicated fundraisers. Tony Woodward and Bob Archer, who had successfully completed a challenge to climb Ben Nevis last week to raise money for Shooting Star Chase, were involved in a tragic accident while travelling in a light aircraft on their journey home. Tony’s company Mapcargo…
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!
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!
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.
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.