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Get involved

There are lots of ways you can get involved and help support Shooting Star Children’s Hospices. Browse through our get involved section for lots of ideas of how to help, challenges and events to come along to and lots of different ways to donate.

Fundraise

From hosting a cake sale to joining a friends group, fundraising at school or holding a golf day - we rely on dedicated people like you to ensure we can provide vital support to families.

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Volunteer

We have a fantastic group of dedicated volunteers, who each play an integral role in the running of Shooting Star Children’s Hospices. We’re always looking for new people to join our team too – just a few hours will make a huge difference.

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Events

Feeling sporty? Looking for a family day out? Or want a challenge? Our fundraising events calendar has something for everyone to help you have fun while raising vital funds to help make every moment count.

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Corporate and Trusts

Our corporate partners provide a vital source of income, but more than that they have fun too. Together we’ll develop a bespoke fundraising and volunteering plan to engage and inspire the whole company.

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Gifts in wills

Leaving a gift in your will is the perfect way to ensure that far beyond your lifetime, you can help future generations of children and young people to make every moment count.

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Other ways to donate

However large or small, there are lots of ways you can choose to support Shooting Star Children’s Hospices to enable us to provide vital care to local families.

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Major donors

Your major gift can make a real and lasting difference, enhancing the quality of life, when every precious moment counts. Our dedicated team welcome you to see our work first-hand and know the difference you can make.

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Lottery

Our lottery gives you the chance to win over 100 cash prizes every week while helping us make every moment count for babies, children and young people with life-limiting conditions, and their families.

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