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.
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.
With Valentine’s Day round the corner, founder of online dating website Old Style Dating, Dennie Smith, is launching a love challenge raising money for Shooting Star Children’s Hospices.
Shoppers in and around Cobham can help children and their families who are supported by Shooting Star Children’s Hospices by shopping in our new charity shop on Cobham High Street.
A sensational night of swing, singers and songs performed by The Ember Big Band has raised an amazing £10,709 in aid of children’s hospice charity Shooting Star Chase.
A star-studded line up of comedians entertained a packed crowd on Wednesday 10 October at George IV pub in Chiswick to raise some laughs and vital funds for Shooting Star Chase.
Stars including Tony Hadley, Shane Richie and Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen came together on Saturday 29th September to show their support for the Shooting Star’s Got Talent Ball, raising money for children with life-limiting conditions across London and Surrey.
Earlier this year, Claire Collins and six of her close friends climbed Mount Snowdon – they took on the highest mountain in Wales in memory of Claire’s daughter, Annie.
Colin Rose, a dedicated supporter of the charity, held an autumn Charity Golf Day to raise thousands for Shooting Star Chase.