Every pair of Supershoes is funded by donations from kind sponsors, who come in all shapes and sizes…..

From parents of previous recipients who want to ‘pay forward’ the gift of Supershoes, to fundarisers who have organised an event of some description in order to make a donation. We receive one-off payments from some and regular sponsorship from others. Some want to remain anonymous, whilst others are happy to share their donation and/or story.

Here are some of those we are able to share with you.

 Sponsor - Easigrass


Multi award-winning artificial grass and flora company, Easigrass has pledged to donate £2 for every garden installation it carries out in 2019. Easigrass fashions some of the most unique and creative garden products using artificial grass and flora. As well as RHS Gold medal-winning lawns with state-of-the-art yarn technology, Easigrass has launched exclusive handcrafted landscape products, including the Easi-Wall, Easi-Gazebee and Easi-Animal collection. Easigrass has its own in-house teams of highly skilled professional installers and designers, including a dedicated landscape team. The brand’s national and international headquarters are based in Greater London, with highly trained installation teams situated across the UK.

 Sponsor - Ecclesiastical


Louise Walker and Kath Forrester from the company Ecclesiastical have donated their annual personal grant of £125 each - for both 2017 & 2018. We appreciate their ongoing support!

 Sponsor - Edward Prouse and Cherry Carmen

Edward Prouse and Cherry Carmen

A wonderful donation for Supershoes! Thank you.

 Sponsor - Elisabeth Kerry

Elisabeth Kerry

A Super donation to Supershoes!

 Sponsor - Elizabeth Wood

Elizabeth Wood

Elizabeth has donated in memory of her gorgeous granddaughter, Georgia. She wanted to bring a smile to another child, on their own cancer journey. We so appreciate your kindness, Elizabeth.

 Sponsor - Ella's Challenge

Ella's Challenge

Take a look at all the amazing activities undertaken by 10 year old Ella in aid of Supershoes and other charities! Ella is now in remission from Neuroblastoma Stage 4 and in August 2015 she set herself a challenge to raise funds for other children with cancer. She chose Supershoes as one of her Charities to raise funds for. So during 2016 she:- Abseiled down the side of Ripley Castle Did a sponsored silence with her brother at their school Completed an hour long hula-hoop challenge with her Brownie pack Dressed in pink T shirts and wigs Ella and her family did a pink pub crawl around their village Bucket collected at her dancing school’s annual show Cycled for 6 hours with her brother at the local supermarket dressed as Batman and Wonder Woman and also as Santa and Mrs Claus Challenged her Mum to do a dry January Challenged her Dad and his friends to do a “fire walk” and her brother did a “lego-walk” Challenged her two cousins to do 100 “drop-kicks” at Kenilworth Rugby Club.

 Sponsor - Emily Piper & Family

Emily Piper & Family

Emily received a pair of Supershoes during her treatment for a Germ Cell Tumour. The shoes brought her lots of happiness and everyone commented on them, giving her family a chance to share her story whilst also raising awareness of childhood cancer. Emily was just 10 months old when she was diagnosed and is now a healthy happy 3-year-old. The family wanted to give back to the charity and so Emily’s 15-year-old sister raised enough funds to gift Supershoes to 7 children!

 Sponsor - Emirat Ltd

Emirat Ltd

An exciting new partnership with our new charity partner Emirat who will be making a regular contribution to Supershoes! Emirat have pledged to make a donation to Supershoes every time they receive a business brief. Emirat are a local company based in Milton Keynes and recently heard of our work when a child they knew received a pair of our amazing shoes. The positive impact that it had on this little boy and the family was invaluable. Amazing Supershoes!

 Sponsor - Encore Theatre Company

Encore Theatre Company

The Encore Theatre Company held a raffle for each performance of their pantomime “Jack”. This company in Apsley Guise is run by volunteers who coach young people aged 8 to 18 years.

 Sponsor - Enigma Networking

Enigma Networking

The MK Wednesday Enigma business networking group chose Supershoes as their Charity for 2017. Two of their members did charity fundraising events - one a bike ride and one a half-marathon. The other members also collectively contributed and raised a wonderful sum to enable us to send out a considerable number of Supershoes. We are grateful to have been selected as their Charity of the Year!