Help Harry Help Others

Birmingham, United Kingdom, - United Kingdom

Public Benefit

Whilst battling an inoperable brain tumour, Harry was inspired to make a difference to all people with brain cancer.

HelpHarryHelpOthers – Where We Began

Harry Moseley was an incredibly brave boy who sadly lost his battle with cancer on 8th October 2011.
Please read below to find out about Harry and why he started his campaign in his own words;

“My name is Harry, I’m 11 years old and I have an inoperable brain tumour. When my friend Robert Harley became ill because of his brain tumour I set up my campaign Help Harry Help Others.
I started making and selling beaded bracelets to raise money for brain tumour research. Sadly Robert, aged just 55, died shortly after I started my campaign but I am determined to continue in his memory. That’s why I’ve started my
campaign, so that the whole of the UK can wear one of my bracelets and help raise money to help others.
Please support me.
Harry x

HelpHarryHelpOthers – About Us

Following Harry’s passing his mom Georgie decided to make HHHO a registered Cancer charity adding value and filling the gaps where she felt through their own personal experience with Harry families needed more support. 

As well as all we do to help people with Cancer Harrys story inspires the next generation. We feel it is important to support this and therefore we offer a number of initiatives to support positive outlook in young people. These schemes include:-
Schools Social Enterprise – teaching kids business basics though their Harry bracelet club. We split them into teams of sales, marketing, finance, Production, Distribution, IT to give them real life business skills whilst helping them develop their own personal skills including confidence, social skills, self belief.
Free Kids workshops – changing outlook and linking kids to their own passion enabling them to build their own tailored fundraising plan for whatever is important in their own lives.
Harryz Young Starz Awardz – annual awards ceremony recognizing amazing kids within the Midlands. Awards include Bravery, Inspirational, Community Champion, Charity fundraiser, Best Friend, Young Carer, Youth Rehabilitation. 



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