Stephen‘s Story

In 2013 we began working with activist Stephen Sutton and helped him raise over $7 Million for the Teenage Cancer Trust.

Stephen‘s Story

Stephen Robert Sutton, MBE, was an English blogger and charity activist known for his blog Stephen’s Story and his fundraising efforts for the Teenage Cancer Trust charity for the aid of teenagers with cancer.

We first met him in 2013 during the rehearsals for the Opening Ceremony of the UEFA Champions League Final. He was one of over 600 artists participating in the ceremony which we co-produced with The Department. After hearing about his incredible story we began producing a documentary about his life, managed his social media, website and press enquiries. The campaign raised over $7 Million to date. He died in May 2014.

Current status

Four German cities agreed to take the children.

Grig arrived in Berlin on 9 December 2018. His campaign received the support of over fifty Members of the German Bundestag. Including the commission of human rights for the German Bundestag. 

Four German cities agreed to take the children, offering space for up to 2,000 children. Unfortunately, the request has been blocked by the German Ministry of Interior to date. Grig took the campaign with the help of Uwe Praetel and Danielle Wilson to the European Parliament.

Collaboration with QUEEN

In March 2019 the team collaborated with British rock band QUEEN and TikTok on a music video and launched the #InThisTogether campaign to raise further awareness. The campaign has to date been viewed more than three million times.

Nobel Peace Prize winners join our cause

In April 2019 a group of Nobel Peace Prize winners, spearheaded by Kailash Satyarthi, sent a letter to the leaders of Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands, asking them to support the campaign and to give the children a safe home. The letter was never answered.

Some of our supporters

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What are the next steps?​

The team is currently working with law firm DLA Piper on a legal case against the Governments. The team is also working on a film to highlight the current situation. If you want to stay up-to-date on this project then please leave your email address below.