A host of stars came together for a night of inspiration and celebration at the annual Paul Strank Charitable Gala in aid of their Charitable Trust and the local charities they support including Shooting Star Chase.
Stars including Simon Cowell, Dame Joan Collins, Sir Cliff Richard, Tony Hadley and Louis Walsh were out in force to show their support for the Shooting Star Chase Ball, which raised £269,000 for children with life-limiting conditions.
A host of stars including Holly Willoughby, Peter Jones, Frank and Christine Lampard, Leigh Francis and Tej Lalvani were on hand to support TV presenter Phillip Schofield as he hosted a Clay Pigeon Shoot, raising money for Shooting Star Chase and the Peter Jones Foundation.
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.
Over 100 employees from corporate partner Fourfront joined together to take on the Thames Tow Path completing their Fourfront 40 challenge on 14th July, raising £20,000 through their efforts.
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.
Shooting Star Chase is opening a brand new shop in Chiswick – enabling local residents to help support the sick children and their families who live in the heart of the community.
Just hours after the tragic events in London, a record number of warm-hearted walkers defiantly came out in force for the Sunrise Walk, raising £53,500 for Shooting Star Chase’s bereaved families.