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.

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Harris Academy Orpington

Pupils from Harris Academy Orpington created their charity enterprise day. The pupils designed their own Supershoes and other fundraising activities. Super big thanks to all, staff and pupils!

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Harry Johnson Trust

The Harry Johnson Trust supports babies, children and teenagers in Shropshire, Telford & Wrekin and Mid Wales who have a form of childhood cancer. Supershoes are a wonderful gift to children, and Harry’s Trust is honoured to support the work of Supershoes by funding shoes for children with cancer who receive some of their care and treatment on the children’s oncology ward at The Princess Royal Hospital in Telford. Thank you Supershoes for bringing a smile to so many children!

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Helen and Kelly Team

We wanted to raise money for Supershoes in support of our friends Daughter Lottie who at 5yrs old was diagnosed with Acute Lympoblastic Leukaemia, she received her shoes and she was delighted!

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Henry Allen Trust

Angel Henry Allen received the very first pair of Supershoes. The charity set up by his parents and family friends in his memory, now regularly sponsor Supershoes in the local area of Milton Keynes.

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Horsted School

Horsted School raised an awesome £601, the most a school has ever raised for our amazing charity! The children were told how Supershoes helped out their school pal Super Harry (diagnosed with leukaemia in April 2015) in two assemblies and then swapped their school shoes for their favourite shoes on a tag day for a donation. A special thank you to Harry’s mum who is a teacher at the school.