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.
We are extremely saddened to learn of the death of two dedicated fundraisers. Tony Woodward and Bob Archer, who had successfully completed a challenge to climb Ben Nevis last week to raise money for Shooting Star Chase, were involved in a tragic accident while travelling in a light aircraft on their journey home. Tony’s company Mapcargo…
Shooting Star Chase Vice President, Simon Cowell, and his partner Lauren Silverman, led a host of stars in treating sick children and their families to an exclusive afternoon tea at The Dorchester in London.
Five staff have been awarded a Metropolitan Police commendation for their bravery after a multiple stabbing in Hampton last year.