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Ways to fundraise for National Star

Ways to fundraise
Whether you are a school, community group, company or one person, there are lots of ways YOU can make a real difference to the lives of people with disabilities when you fundraise for National Star. See what some of our fundraising stars have been up to…

Full throttle fundraising

Mitsubishi Motors in the UK have been incredible supporters of National Star for many years. From hosting National Star’s fundraising event at the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials to providing a vehicle for our charity, donating auction prizes for events and offering work placements, Mitsubishi continue to be fundraising stars for National Star.

Challenge champs

A dedicated team of Spirax Sarco staff took on sporting challenges in aid of National Star. Completing the Stroud Abseil, the Cheltenham Half Marathon and the Stroud Half Marathon, the group raised over £2,000.

Going the distance

David McCall was inspired to take on the epic challenge of cycling from London to Paris after watching The Unbreakables, last year’s television documentary about National Star. David completed the feat in four days, covering 308 miles and raising an amazing £1,639.

Support on display

The fabulous folk at Cleeve Residential have displayed and sold in their Bishop’s Cleeve branch some of the stunning artwork created by talented National Star learners. They also held a stall at the local street fair and John, Bex and Mike completed the Cheltenham Half Marathon, raising over £400.

Taking the plunge

Jumping out of an aeroplane at 10,000 feet posed no problem for the fearless McPhilimey family. The group, who wanted to make a difference to the lives of people with disabilities by fundraising for National Star, completed an exhilarating tandem skydive and raised over £3,000.

Find out more

Find out more about how you can support National Star and break barriers or get in touch with the Fundraising team at fundraising@nationalstar.org​ or on 01242 524478.

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