Thank You to our Corporate partners for your incredible support this Christmas

Procter & Gamble fund refurbishment of Christopher’s remembrance space, the Mistral Garden.

Writer Stephanie Nimmo shares passages from her debut book

A special evening took place last week at Shooting Star Chase’s Fulham Road shop to host an intimate reading by blogger and bereaved mum, Stephanie Nimmo’s who read excerpts of her first book Was This In The Plan?

It was all Ho, Ho, Ho, as Swooping Santa’s raise thousands

61 splendid Santa’s donned their suits (and beards!) on Saturday 2 December and took to the trees to complete Shooting Star Chase’s latest challenge – Santa Skywalk to help raise vital funds for sick children and their families.

Shooting Star Chase has The X Factor 2017!

Amazing news! Shooting Star Chase has the X Factor once again, as the charity is joint beneficiary of the show’s single, along with children’s hospice umbrella organisation, Together for Short Lives, for a third year.

Supported families treated to a really ‘ice’ evening!

27 Shooting Star Chase supported families got their skates on this week and headed to Hampton Court Palace ice rink to enjoy some festive fun on the ice.

The Christmas advert you should be sharing this festive season

Watch the powerful and touching alternative Christmas advert produced by Shape History in aid of Shooting Star Chase, highlighting the importance of awareness and support at this time of year.

Hot-steppers conquer fire walking to raise thousands

Fearless folk hot-footed it across scorching coals at Shooting Star Chase’s Fire Walk last week – raising a huge £18,500 and counting for children with life-limiting conditions and their families.

A star studded evening with Paul Strank Charitable Gala

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 help raise £269,000 at the Shooting Star Chase Ball

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.

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