Points of Light Award winner Sarah White By Bobbi Bicker In life we meet many people that can change our life forever, many that inspire us to be a better version of ourselves and make a difference in the world. I wanted to introduce you all to a very special and inspiring lady, Sarah White. She was recently presented with an award by the Prime Minister David Cameron and named Points of Light for her amazing work with Supershoes Charity. I have personally been involved with Supershoes for over a year, painting converse shoes, together with more than one hundred other SuperArtists. We have painted hundreds of shoes for children affected by cancer by creating customised ‘super’ shoes to reflect their hobbies and passions. Sarah is from Woburn Sands in Buckinghamshire, and she founded the charity ‘Supershoes’ in 2013. The charity’s mission is to empower children fighting with cancer by creating personalised trainers, decorated uniquely to represent each child or young person, which can range from family pets to film stars. Thanks to Sarah, Supershoes has donated over 400 pairs of shoes to children across the UK and raised over £25,000 to provide children with a unique pair of shoes they can wear with pride. Each pair of Supershoes created is used to raise awareness of a child fighting cancer, through the charities social media channels. Each day, someone, somewhere in the country is selected to receive the award to celebrate their remarkable achievements. Sarah is the latest recipient of a Point of Light award, which recognises outstanding individual volunteers, peo [...]

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