Over 300 supported family members came to Christopher’s for a fun day of celebration at the end of the summer. Held annually at our Guildford hospice, the event is a chance for families to come together and enjoy various stalls, meet wonderful visitors (from feathered friends to a real life mermaid!) and relax in a safe, comfortable environment.
This year an amazing team of 70 brave individuals from Heathrow Terminal 4 took on the epic challenge of climbing Mount Snowdon to raise money for Shooting Star Chase, after one of their colleagues was supported by our Hampton hospice, Shooting Star House.
The Rolls Royce Enthusiasts Club Surrey Section, and walled garden, The Medicine Garden in Cobham, treated 28 families to a special day out with luxury cars, fun entertainment and a delicious barbecue, all set to beautiful surroundings.
On a fresh and bright Sunday morning, 3rd June, a record number of early birds took part in a walk with a difference to raise vital funds for Shooting Star Chase’s families.
Vice President, Simon Cowell and patron Lauren Silverman, led a host of stars in treating supported children and their families to an exclusive afternoon tea at The Dorchester.
On Sunday 22 April, 77 Shooting Star Chase runners raised £124,000 and counting after taking to the streets of the capital on the hottest Virgin Money London Marathon on record.
It was a snap happy day on Tuesday (13th February) as Click Photography Workshops treated some bereaved siblings to a very special day out at Hampton Court Palace.
Leading luxury car dealer group, H.R. Owen, and walled garden, The Medicine Garden, treated eight families to a day out with a touch of luxury – giving supported children, siblings and parents a well-deserved break.
Thirteen Shooting Star Chase teens from the charity’s youth groups made the annual trip to Woodlarks last month – where they spent a survival-themed weekend at the Farnham-based residential activity centre for people with disabilities.
At Shooting Star Chase, care does not stop after a child has died. Our bereavement support remains a fundamental and valued part of our service, and we continue to offer practical and emotional support for the family for as long as they need.