Chains for Change
A great fundraiser event for STARS and Callum Fairhurst
David Culley our Chair of the Board of Trustees says:
Just over a year ago I had a chance meeting with 14 year old Callum Fairhurst who lost his older brother to Cancer. He pledged to raise as much money as possible so that he could give sick children a break, an experience and a memory of a lifetime.
So far Callum has raised more than £100,000!
Last year he donated £1500 to STARS and as a thank you I promised to help him with his next big fundraising event.
It's just two weeks before my brother Nick and I join Callum in his biggest challenge yet. On the 29th June we will leave Cambridge to take on the challenge of a 500 mile cycle journey, ending 6 days later in Downing Street, waved home by Messrs Cameron and Clegg.
We'd be hugely appreciative if you could find a few spare pennies to make it all worthwhile.
We have a website which gives more information on our challenge: www.chainsforchange.co.uk
Or you can visit the just giving page:
Thanks for reading and hopefully donating.
STARS news & events
We are delighted to have recently received donations from Pure Resourcing Solutions, Cambridge Arts Theatre and Pauline Cooper
We are delighted to have recently received donations from the Liam Fairhurst Foundation, and the Cambridge Building Society
A big 'thanks' to our Chairman for raising £940 running the Cambridge Marathon
... as one of our supporters is cycling from San Francisco to the East Coast of Virginia
Our sincere thanks go to Liam Jury and Patrick Geary for their support in running the Melbourne Half Marathon and Rutland Water Marathon to raise money for STARS.
You can now recycle laser cartridges and mobile phones via STARS and raise money for STARS at the same time
STARS is looking for people to become part of the Trustee Board
... as they raise £1300 for STARS from the sale of the STARS cook book
STARS is looking for Trustees with clinical experience with families/children or bereavement to join the Board of Trustees