Cambridge Support

At a time when our resources are required more than ever before, specialist IT company Cambridge Support has made an amazing pledge to provide completely free of charge services for STARS children’s charity.

This generous gift of high-level expertise is immensely important to our work with bereaved children and young people facing grief in Cambridgeshire.

To find out more about Cambridge Support take a look at their website or talk to the team on 01223 901900.

Pure Resourcing (Cambridge)

Having raised £3479 for Stars in 2016/17, professional recruitment specialists Pure have adopted STARS as their charity of the year for the second year – thank you! Their always-popular annual quiz night has already raised a record £1880, and this came hot on the heels of their recently completed 12-mile walk from Waterbeach to Ely, raising £168. All funds raised go directly to help children struggling with the loss of someone close.

Now, Pure has put together a 12 strong team to complete the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge on 12th May 2018. Intensive training begins now! As well as completing the arduous three peaks, a total of 23 miles and 5200 ft ascent in 12 hours, the team aim to raise a magnificent £5000 and need your help. Their dedicated fundraising and team news page have been set up here where you can see the latest updates and pledge your support.

Further updates on the Three Peaks team’s progress will also follow on this site.

Postcode Community Trust

Postcode Community Trust provides project based funding under the themes ‘Improving community health & wellbeing, Increasing participation in arts & physical recreation and reducing isolation’.

The award from the trust made a huge impact to Stars enabling us to reach more children in need of our help.

Read more about the Postcode Community Trust at their website

Postcode Community Trust

Trevor Stanbridge’s 250 mile Trek for Stars

Stars supporter Trevor Stanbridge has COMPLETED his fantastic 250 miles trek from Buckingham Palace to Hunstanton. Well done Trevor!  Trevor wants to thank all those who have supported him or joined in for part of the walk.

Over £8,000 has been raised so far, but it’s not too late to show Trevor your appreciation of his effort, and help children and young people suffering from a major bereavement:

Trevor’s efforts also gained the attention of some local media, for example, follow this link to the Cambridge 105 radio website where you can here an interview all about STARS made possible by Trevor’s efforts.

Trevor has been rightly named STARS individual Fundraiser of the Year for 2017.