Over the past few weeks the amazing Max the Brave team launched a Virtual Christmas Bake Challenge asking budding bakers to create their own baking creations to raise money for Shooting Star Children’s Hospices.
Despite 2020 creating many difficulties for us all, it certainly hasn’t dampened our super supporters spirit – and at this time of year they’re feeling festive with lots of amazing ways you can shop, entertain and challenge yourselves whilst supporting your local children’s hospice charity.
We need your help to become a lucky recipient of 12 Days of Giving – a campaign run by the amazing people at Ecclesiastical Insurance. The 12 Days of Giving is designed to provide vital funding by donating £1000 to 120 charities over 12 days in the run up to Christmas.
An amazing team of fifty family, friends and teachers from across Surrey, Sussex and Ireland came together this October to take on the Beachy Head Marathon in memory of five-year-old Grace.
On Saturday 26th September, nine intrepid supporters took on the Chilterns Challenge, a 50km walk through the stunning Chilterns countryside in aid of Shooting Star Children’s Hospices.
Team Coville, a super family of fundraisers, decided to take on not just one, but a whole array of unique and tough challenges this summer to raise money for Shooting Star Children’s Hospices.
Last year residents of Sheepfold Road, Guildford started a fun competition that’s gone onto grow and grow as over 50 residents sowed sunflower seeds to see whose would grow the tallest, whilst raising money their local children’s hospice charity.
Our Vice-President Tony Hadley is set to host a special virtual fundraiser this August – an event not to be missed!
16-year-old Henry Chamberlain has stepped up to the challenge this week of walking 60 miles in just two days to raise much needed funds for Shooting Star Children’s Hospices.
Support us, albeit virtually, by taking part in our Virtual Sunrise Walk over the months of May and June to support babies, children and young people with life-limiting conditions, and their families across Surrey and London.