Shooting Star Children’s Hospices are delighted to continue their partnership with Fuller’s, which has now been going strong since 2012. The support received from Fuller’s is extensive and includes fundraising at a local level from the many managed pubs with staff taking part in a plethora of activities.
Fourfront Group have been supporting Shooting Star Children’s Hospices since 2008 and over the years, have built a strong relationship with our charity. Their fundraising activities have included skydives, bake sales, numerous cycling events, volunteering at our hospices and a wide range of challenge events.
D&G Group CEO David Nash has been supporting Shooting Star Children’s Hospices since 2007. The support from D&G is extensive with donations from a wide range of events including; an Ashes Cricket Dinner, the Test Match Ball, Annual Dinners, Nuts Challenge and more besides.
Pelican Procurement Services are a long-standing supporter of Shooting Star Children’s Hospices and have been a corporate partner for over nine years – raising over £200,000 to date.
Reed Exhibitions are long term supporters of Shooting Star Children’s Hospices and have been raising money and taking part in activities and challenges since 2008 following a member of staff and his family being referred to Christopher’s, our Guildford hospice, for support.
Simply Waste Solutions have been supporting Shooting Star Children’s Hospices since 2016. As well as making regular, generous direct donations, the company holds a charity Summer Ball in aid of Shooting Star Children’s Hospices.
Pull is a creative agency & consultancy, delivering transformation through brand strategy, design, technology and campaigning. The Pull staff chose to support Shooting Star Children’s Hospices in a company wide vote at the beginning of 2019.
Through a company wide vote, Fidelity International employees have chosen to support Shooting Star Children's Hospices as their children’s charity partner for the next two years.
Mimecast Limited a leading email and data security company, announced the launch of its Global Citizenship program, and we are thrilled to be one of their first beneficiaries.
The staff at the Ensono Staines-upon-Thames office are encouraged to support Shooting Star Children’s Hospices through fundraising, challenge events and volunteering.
We’re absolutely delighted to welcome new corporate partner, Krome Technologies, on board as supporters of Shooting Star Children’s Hospices.
Berenberg started supporting Shooting Star Children’s Hospices early 2017 and raised nearly £17,000 in their first seven months of fundraising activities.
Scitech have raised over £40,000 for us and have kindly chosen to support Shooting Star Children's Hospices by donating a proportion of their annual profit.
We’re absolutely delighted to welcome new corporate partner Smith & Williamson on board. The Guildford office of the accountancy, investment management and tax group, has pledged its support for the next two years.
Leading public construction and solutions company Osborne are one of Shooting Star Children's Hospices charity partners and have raised to date, a fantastic £39,000.
Paul Strank Roofing has been a loyal supporter of Shooting Star Children’s Hospices for many years and over that time have raised hundreds of thousands of pounds for Shooting Star Children's Hospices.
Safestore have been kindly supporting Shooting Star Children’s Hospices since November 2008 when we asked for some help to store equipment that we use for our events.
SMI Group have been a regular donor to Shooting Star Children's Hospices, and continue to support us.
Usborne Publishing are the UK's largest independent children's publisher and are kindly supporting Shooting Star Children's Hospices.
Snackzilla, a brand new healthy cookie company have added a dash of fundraising to their recipe by supporting Shooting Star Children's Hospices.
Sutton Winson Insurance Brokers who are local to Shooting Star House, the Hampton hospice of Shooting Star Children’s Hospices, and have been an active Corporate Partner since 2018.