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  • Harry's Story in his own words

    Harry's Story

    Welcome to HelpHarryHelpOthers – a campaign started by the incredibly brave Harry Moseley.

    Whilst battling an inoperable brain tumour, Harry was inspired to make a difference to all people with brain cancer when a friend of his who also had a brain tumour became very ill. Within the space of just over two years Harry had organised and attended nearly 100 events to raise money for and awareness of Brain Cancer. He touched the hearts of the nation with his efforts and helped change the lives of everyone he met.

    Sadly Harry’s health took a sudden turn for the worse following brain surgery in August 2011. On 8th October 2011, and after 14 weeks in a coma, Harry passed away peacefully at home in his Mom’s arms.

    We really hope that you can all take the time to read Harry’s full story in his own words and read all about the inspiration behind HelpHarryHelpOthers:

    “Welcome everyone and thank you for taking interest in my campaign!

    My name is Harry Moseley and I am 11 years old. I live in Sheldon and attend Blakenhale Junior School. I have a brain tumour, but doctors cannot operate on me as my tumour is in a dangerous place in my brain. I have had chemotherapy but sadly that did not work and have had radiotherapy too.

    I am ok at the moment but in 2009 a very special friend of mine – Robert Harley became very poorly. I met him at the hospital and he had brain cancer too. I love Robert and wanted to help make him better so I decided to make and sell beaded bracelets and set up my campaign.

    Sadly 4 weeks into my campaign, my special friend Robert died. This makes me very sad and although my campaign is going really well, I wish I had started it sooner.

    I can no longer help Robert, but I know that he was proud of me and he wore my bracelet too. As Robert was my inspiration I have now decided to dedicate my campaign in memory of him as this is my way of keeping his memory alive and something I know he would have helped and supported me with if he was with us today. I live in the hope that one day there will be a cure for brain tumours and with your help we can help others.

    Whilst I started out just making beaded bracelets I have created my own ‘schools initiative’ where school kids can get involved too and raise money for their own school fund. I have also created a business powerpoint presentation to try and get businesses to back my campaign. I also speak at big public events to large audiences of 500 people. 

    Please support me and my campaign so that we together can make a difference to all people that suffer with brain tumours”.

     



  • Help Us

    Help Us

    HelpHarryHelpOthers is all about continuing the example Harry set us. We want to help all those suffering with cancer, and at the same time help cure the disease itself….but we can’t do it without your help!

    There’s lots of ways you can help us, and every little thing will make a real difference. So spread the Harry love, and join us!

    You could:

    Or you could participate in these events:

    Triathlon for Harry - our National Partner!

     

    Birmingham Half Marathon

     

    Skydive For Harry


  • News & Events

    Latest News

    Solihull to get first music festival and look who is on the bill!!

    Published on: 15 Apr 2016

    UB40, S Club, The Wonderstuff and 5ive will also perform at two day music festival in Tudor Grange Park

    UB40 are to conclude their European summer festival tour by headlining the first Solihull Summer Fest in Tudor Grange Park.

    Other acts confirmed or the weekend include The Voice winner Kevin Simm, 5ive, S Club Party and The Wonder Stuff.

    Each day will run from noon till 10pm and all proceeds will go to the Help Harry Help Others fund, the local cancer support charity set up in memory of the late schoolboy Harry Moseley who died in 2011 aged 11.

    The two-day event will be held on the August Bank Holiday weekend (Saturday, August 27 and Sunday, August 28) and with 5,500 people expected per day organisers hope the total raised will top £75,000.

    UB40, who recently returned to their Red Red Wine video scene at the Eagle & Tun pub, are currently on tour in France before returning to fire the starting gun for the Great Birmingham Run 10K on May 1.

    But a band spokesman said: “We are looking forward to headlining the Saturday night of the first Solihull Summer Fest .

    “We’ll be bringing the party home to conclude our European tour and summer festival season.”

    Harry’s mum, Georgina Moseley , joined host Phil Upton for a launch event at the Ramada Hotel in Solihull.

    Georgina said: “Thanks to everyone for supporting this event, I am just in awe of everyone involved.”

    Sponsor packs are available and volunteers are also needed to be stewards and for cleaning and visitor hospitality roles.

    UB40 are also recording a new album through Pledge Music which enables those who pre-order to receive exclusive access to recording updates, bonus content and video.

    S Club Party – formed in 1998 and with hits like Bring It All Back

    The Blow Monkeys – the 1980s band who featured on the Dirty Dancing soundtrack

    Brother Strut – funk, soul and blues showmen who have played with Stevie Wonder, Elton John, Madonna and Sting

    Samantha Harvey – a 22-year-old singer from Ipswich with a big Facebook following

    Connie – the teenager who made her name on Britain’s Got Talent

    Nathan Moore – lead singer of 80s’ boyband Brother Beyond and 90s’ boyband Worlds Apart.

    The Showhawk Duo – dazzling guitar duo Mikhail Asanovic and Jake Wright

    Kevin Paul as Elvis – the runner-up in GMTV’s Search for Elvis competition, 2001

    Janet Devlin – finished fifth in The X Factor, 2011

    ‘JK’ As Robbie – the world’s No 1 Robbie Williams tribute act

    Chasing Deer – an emerging Solihull rock band who released their first EP in 2015, Rewriting History

    Sunday

    A day of Indie, rock and roll and acoustic music. The main headline act is still to be confirmed.

    The Wonder Stuff – Black Country rockers celebrating their 30th anniversary in 2016

    The Hoosiers – a pop rock band from Berkshire with hits like ‘Worried About Ray’

    Finley Quaye – Scottish musician who won the 1997 Mobo Award for best reggae act

    Mitchell Brunings – made a name for himself singing Redemption on The Voice in Holland

    Little Liam – emerging local rock band with a recent debut single, ‘You Don’t Know’

    Duke – a trio claiming unrivalled harmony

    Oasish – Glastonbury Festival regulars since forming in 2004

    Glamophones – three girls playing songs from the 1940s to the present day

    Stereotonics – formed in 1999 and festival circuit regulars

    Mercury (Queen Tribute) – gigging since 1998

    2 Weeks Notice – a six-piece covers’ band from Solihull

    Samuel Rogers – a band with a wide range of influences and including drummer Leon Harrison James – son of Ocean Colour Scene’s stick man, Oscar Harrison

    How much will tickets be?

    One day entry either Saturday or Sunday: adult £30, child (under 15) £20, under fours free. VIP adult £100. Family pass (two adults, two children), £90.

    Weekend tickets: adult £50, child £35. Family pass (two adults, two children) £150.

    Food and drink

    Molson Coors will be stocking bars and food vendors will include burgers, Thai, street chef, vegetarian and coffee.

    Visitors will not be able to take their own alcohol, food or drink on to the site.

    Tickets

    More info for tickets here

     

    Taken from Birmigham Mail to see more please visit www.birminghammail.co.uk 

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    BCFC Hero Michael Johnson and Villa legend Ian Taylor are putting club rivalry behind them to Run 4Harry

    Published on: 12 Apr 2016

    Villa legend Ian Taylor and Blues hero Michael Johnson are putting their football rivalries behind them to raise money in memory of inspirational Harry Moseley at the Great Birmingham 10K.

    Taylor, aged 47, and Johnson, 42, are taking on the Sunday, May 1 challenge in aid of Help Harry Help Others (HHHO) – the charity set up by Harry before he lost his battle with an inoperable brain tumour aged 11, in 2011.

    Taylor and Johnson both became friends of the Sheldon youngster and helped him to sell his famous bracelets.

    They are now both ambassadors for HHHO – which funds research into brain tumours and works with bigger charities that care for patients and helps families cope with the disease by issuing grants.

    Johnson, who made over 270 appearances as a defender for Blues said: “We want to help make things happen for the charity and keep Harry’s legacy going.

    “To do this, we need to keep raising awareness and funds.”

    Taylor, who played more than 260 times in midfield for Villa, said: “Harry was just an incredible young boy. He was so caring. Jonno and I wear the bracelets he made us every day.”

    The duo continued their preparations for the Great Birmingham 10k today (April 12) on the sprint lanes at the state-of-the-art Perform Centre at St George’s Park, Burton – The FA’s national football centre.

    Despite being part of the winning the 1996 League Cup squad, long-distance running does not come naturally to Taylor.

    “Am I a runner? I’d say on and off – when the mood takes me!” he quipped.

    “I’ve not really put on any weight since my playing days and that‘s the problem – people still regard me as a footballer.

    “I may look fit, but I’m far from it!

    “I’ve never done a 10k, but have done a Great Birmingham Run [half-marathon]. That nearly killed me, because I didn’t train for it. I won’t make that mistake again!”

    Johnson is in better shape than his former Derby County team-mate due to his role as Cardiff City Under-21s assistant manager.

    “Because I’m still involved in football, I try to run two-three times a week,” added the former Jamaica international.

    The 10k comes just days before the first anniversary of the opening of the Birmingham Drop In Cancer Support Centre that Harry’s mum Georgie runs.

    Based in Stechford, the venue offers financial advice, careers support, bereavement counselling and holistic therapies to anyone affected by cancer.

    Johnson said: “Ian and I have become good friends with Harry’s family and are very proud to be HHHO ambassadors.

    “It’s only a small charity but it’s making a big impact on people’s lives. I think Harry would be amazed and humbled if he could see the work being conducted in his memory.

    “Harry wanted to help find a cure – he was even concerned about people who would suffer brain tumours after he’d gone. That was an amazing attitude, especially from someone so young.”

    Taylor, a Villa ambassador and owner of fashion driven range of Bluetooth wireless headphones, IT7 Audio, added: “It’s been tough at times for Georgie to keep the charity going but if Harry could see the work that has continued in his name, and how far the charity has progressed, I’m sure he would be very proud – especially of his mum.”

    Georgie added: “I’m really touched and humbled by Ian and Michael’s ongoing support.

    “Harry’s been gone for over four years now but they saw what he was trying to achieve and are helping to continue the work he started.”

    Join Ian Taylor and Michael Johnson at the run

    More than 7,000 people are expected to take part in Birmingham’s annual 10K – which is less than three weeks away.

    Taken from www.birminghammail.co.uk 

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    Harry's Mum in 16 hour Rollerskateathon in memory of brave son

    Published on: 23 Feb 2016

    Georgie Moseley takes part in gruelling event despite fracturing tailbone to raise money for cancer centre

    Fundraising mum Georgina Moseley said she needs a “new back, new hips and new ankles” as she completed a rollerskaterthon in memory of late son Harry, on what would have been his 16th birthday.

    Georgie, 41, started the mighty task at midnight - despite fracturing her coccyx last month - she then rollerskated for 16 hours.

    In one video she said: “I need a new back, new legs, new hips, new ankles. I have got blisters on blisters, but no pain no gain.

    “Thank you everybody for supporting me.”

    Georgie, of Sheldon, is raising money for the Birmingham Drop in Cancer Centre that she runs in Kitts Green.

    She previously told how she had fractured her tailbone during a training session ahead of the challenge.

    She said: “My skates got tangled into a football net and I fell onto my bum full throttle. It really hurt but I was in the middle of training so got up and carried on for another two hours.

    “I haven’t been on skates for 30 years so I needed to continue with it.”

    The centre opened in May as part of the Help Harry Help Others (HHHO) cancer charity which was started by her son, who died in 2011 after battling a brain tumour.

    Throughout this year Georgie is asking people to do something around the number 16 to commemorate Harry’s birthday.

     

    To fundraise for HHHO email kelly@hhho.org.uk or to donate to Georgie’s challenge, visitwww.justgiving.com/georgiemoseley/

     

    Article taken from www.birminghammail.co.uk 

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    TSB Charity Partner of The Year

    Published on: 28 Jan 2016

     

    Our 'Charity of the Month' blogs are a celebration of the great work local charities do across Britain.

    Through our 'Local Charity Partner' programme, we work with a diverse group of nearly 500 local charities - and one of those is Help Harry Help Others (HHHO).

    'Britain's kindest kid'

     

    HHHO is a cancer research charity launched by Harry Moseley - a brave boy from Birmingham once described as 'Britain's kindest kid' and who tragically lost his battle with brain cancer in 2011.

    Since it started in 2009, HHHO has raised more than £750,000 to fund research into curing brain tumours. Last year, HHHO became one of the Local Charity Partners for our Sheldon office in the West Midlands and around £6,000 was raised throughout 2015.

    Earlier this month, we caught up with Harry's mum, Georgie Moseley, who runs HHHO.

    What do you love most about your work with HHHO?

    I continued with Harry's great work due to the lack of support out in the community for cancer patients and their families which we sadly found out first hand. I am so proud that as an average working class family we have been able to address these issues to ensure that families have more support outside of hospital and hospices. Harry proved that regardless of age, wealth, lifestyle and well-being you really can make change and it's this that drives me every single day to ensure people have the support that really should  have already been there!

    What are your hopes and goals for 2016?

    Definitely to reach out to more cancer patients and their families so that everyone is aware of our newly opened Drop-In Cancer Support Centre which opened in 2015. Whilst 2015 was our proudest year in terms of the services we can now offer, it has also been our toughest year in terms of income generation. As a tiny charity we now need to ensure we keep the support so that we can keep spreading the #Harrylove.

    What has been your favourite fundraising event or activity?

    Wow, we have had so many fundraising events and I am continually doing events as it is what raises the money to keep us going. My favourites have to be the community events with the real people on the street. Strange as it sounds I love having a Harry stall outside the supermarkets just sat there selling Harry's bracelets and talking to the community. It's something me and Harry used to always do together and it's an important part of what HHHO now do. It's the bread and butter if you like to keep the money coming in. Yes we do big events like the annual charity ball, but I'm a down to earth girl from Sheldon and community is very important.

    What does local charity mean to you?

    Local charity is extremely important. Harry supported some amazing large charities however sometimes it all gets a bit too corporate and business like. HHHO will never grow to that point and if I'm honest I don't want it to. For me as Harry's mum it's important to keep it personal, ensure we have the time and empathy for our cancer patients rather than it becoming about stats and targets. The vision I have for HHHO to grow is to ensure that the more cancer centres we open, they are all run by someone in that community that has lived and breathed cancer and understands what support is needed in their community.

    How has TSB helped HHHO?

    TSB has offered phenomenal support to HHHO. Not only in terms of financial support to the charity but also in terms of awareness. It's so nice to know that TSB also believe in our cancer centre and thanks to their sponsorship of our admin office, which is the hub of the centre where we co-ordinate all the services, we have been able to ensure we have the right equipment in order for us to function and run the centre. I'm truly humbled that a small charity like ours gets the backing of such a big organisation and it's been my honour to work with TSB staff - I cannot thank them all enough!

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    Harry Moseley Inspires Redditch Teen's buzz cut

    Published on: 21 Jan 2016

    A KIND-HEARTED teen has said goodbye to his flowing shoulder-length hair after being inspired by the tale of Harry Moseley whose story touched the nation during his four-year battle with a brain tumour.

    Elliott Griffiths, who has raised more than £280 so far on his Just Giving page, braved the clippers on Saturday (January 16) at The Groom Room Barbershop at Imogen’s Hair and Beauty Salon in Headless Cross.

    The decision came after a throwaway comment on Facebook, where the 19-year-old promised to cut his hair for charity if a status got 50 ‘likes’ on the social networking site.

    After more than 60 likes the Winyates Green teen – who is currently studying at the University of Sunderland – agreed to get a buzz cut.

    “I’ve been growing my hair for three years,” he said. “I’ve always found Harry’s story inspiring and as it’s a cause close to my heart it really touched me.

    “Brain cancer takes lives everyday and I’d love for that to be a thing of the past one day.”

    Both Elliott and his hairdresser, Amy, donated their chopped locks to the Little Princess Trust which provides real hair wigs, free of charge, to children across the UK and Ireland who have lost their own hair due to lifesaving treatment.

    You can still help Elliott help Harry by visiting https://www.justgiving.com/helpelliotthelpharry/ where you have until Monday (January 25) to donate.

    Article taken from The Redditch Standard http://redditchstandard.co.uk/news/harry-moseley-inspires-redditch-teens-buzz-cut/?doing_wp_cron=1461147991.6905350685119628906250 

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    UPS workers lend a hand to beloved local charity Help Harry Help Others

    Published on: 09 Sep 2015

    IT is a truth universally acknowledged that many hands make light work.

    And beloved local charity Help Harry Help Others (HHOH) found this to be true when over 1,000 UPS employees from across the country put their hands to good use to make almost 20,000 of the charity’s trademark bead bracelets.

    As part of one UPS’s largest charitable campaigns in the country, more than 1,350 employees enlisted the help of friends and family to make as many bracelets as possible over the month of June.

    The bracelets, which are expected to raise £40,000 in donations for the charity, help raise awareness of brain cancers and raise funds for research.

    Speaking about the challenge, Sharon Hauber, HR Director UPS Ltd., said: “At UPS there’s a culture of supporting the communities where we live and work.

    “We’re delighted to be able to support Harry’s campaign, and we recognise the importance of his work in eventually finding a cure for this terrible disease.”

    Help Harry Help Others was inspired by Harry Moseley, who tragically died in his mother’s arms, on October 8, 2011, after a four-year battle with a brain tumour.

    The Blakenhale Junior School pupil made and sold beaded bracelets in memory of a friend he made in hospital and to help raise funds to find a cure for cancer.

    And even as the 11-year-old’s health deteriorated, the youngster continued raised money for Cancer Research UK through his campaign Help Harry Help Others.

    Now Harry’s legacy lives on through the work of his devoted mother, Georgie, who works tirelessly to keep the charity going from strength to strength.

    Describing the charity as being ‘overwhelmed’ by the support it received from management and staff at UPS, Georgie Moseley, Founder of Help Harry Help Others, said: “Everyone has really embraced the work of our tiny cancer charity and as a result their hard work, time and effort has made a huge impact on the work we deliver.

    “Not only in terms of output and money but also in terms of awareness for all we do.

    “It’s been an honour to have such a large organisation support us in our quest to help those with hope.”

    More information on the work Help Harry Help Others does can be found online at www.hhho.org.uk

    UPS workers lend a hand to beloved local charity Help Harry Help Others

    12:00 pm, Sep 09, 2015

    IT is a truth universally acknowledged that many hands make light work.

    And beloved local charity Help Harry Help Others (HHOH) found this to be true when over 1,000 UPS employees from across the country put their hands to good use to make almost 20,000 of the charity’s trademark bead bracelets.

    As part of one UPS’s largest charitable campaigns in the country, more than 1,350 employees enlisted the help of friends and family to make as many bracelets as possible over the month of June.

    The bracelets, which are expected to raise £40,000 in donations for the charity, help raise awareness of brain cancers and raise funds for research.

    Speaking about the challenge, Sharon Hauber, HR Director UPS Ltd., said: “At UPS there’s a culture of supporting the communities where we live and work.

    “We’re delighted to be able to support Harry’s campaign, and we recognise the importance of his work in eventually finding a cure for this terrible disease.”

    Help Harry Help Others was inspired by Harry Moseley, who tragically died in his mother’s arms, on October 8, 2011, after a four-year battle with a brain tumour.

    The Blakenhale Junior School pupil made and sold beaded bracelets in memory of a friend he made in hospital and to help raise funds to find a cure for cancer.

    And even as the 11-year-old’s health deteriorated, the youngster continued raised money for Cancer Research UK through his campaign Help Harry Help Others.

    Now Harry’s legacy lives on through the work of his devoted mother, Georgie, who works tirelessly to keep the charity going from strength to strength.

    Describing the charity as being ‘overwhelmed’ by the support it received from management and staff at UPS, Georgie Moseley, Founder of Help Harry Help Others, said: “Everyone has really embraced the work of our tiny cancer charity and as a result their hard work, time and effort has made a huge impact on the work we deliver.

    “Not only in terms of output and money but also in terms of awareness for all we do.

    “It’s been an honour to have such a large organisation support us in our quest to help those with hope.”

    More information on the work Help Harry Help Others does can be found online at www.hhho.org.uk

     

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    Villa Fans Wembley walk

    Published on: 15 May 2015

    A group of soccer-mad Aston Villa fans are gearing up for a long walk to Wembley Stadium later this month – all in aid of a good cause.

    Mark Haden, aged 43, from Great Barr, is leading a troop of fans from Villa Park on Tuesday, May 26 who will be heading down to the capital in time for Aston Villa's FA Cup final clash against Arsenal that Saturday (May 30).

    Mark is part of a collective of AVFC fans from across the city who walk to the club's final home games of each season to raise money in memory of Harry Moseley, the 11-year-old boy from Birmingham who was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour – yet managed to raise more than £650,000 in the space of two years in the hope of finding a cure for other families in need. He died in 2011 following complications from an operation.

    The group had never met before they got involved in the fund-raising a few years ago.

    So far the fellow walkers include Andy Day, aged 25, and Billy Morgan, aged 16, from Erdington, as well as 24-year-old Matthew Bradley from Castle Bromwich.

    In past years their challenges have included walking 150 miles to Norwich's Carrow Road stadium in 2012, they took on a 98-mile trek to the DW Stadium, home of Wigan Athletic in 2013, and pounded 75 miles of pavements to get to the City of Manchester Stadium last year, where Villa faced Manchester City. This time it is a 150-mile journey to the home of English football.

    "We do this as Harry Moseley was an inspirational boy who raised so much money by selling bracelets raising a huge amount in the fight against Brain Cancer and to continue that fight in hope of finding a cure," Mark told the Observer.

    "We would appreciate any support that could be given, as all the expenses like hotels etcetera are all paid by ourselves."

    You can sponsor the group by visiting their JustGiving page at www.just giving.com/walk2wembley, and check out the group's progress by visiting their Facebook page, Walk 4 Harry.

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    New Cancer Centre for HelpHarryHelpOthers Charity

    Published on: 22 Feb 2015

    HELPING people with cancer has always been at the heart of Help Harry Help Others (HHHO) since it was set up by inspirational youngster Harry Moseley.

    And since Harry's death in 2011, his memory and good work has gone from strength to strength - gaining charity status and campaigners have also continued to raise funds to help people with cancer.

    However, despite all the work done so far, Harry's mum Gerogie wanted to do more for cancer patients and their families, allowing them to spend much-needed time together.

    Which is why she created the Help Harry Help Others Drop-in Cancer Support Centre.

    Speaking to The Observer this week Georgie said: "I knew something had to be done and literally lay in bed thinking of how we could create something that would give families the support they rightfully deserve with the right level of empathy in their situation all under one roof."

    Georgie said she knew too well what it was like trapesing around different organisations trying to sort things like homelessness and finances out so she wanted to create a haven of hope where people could drop into for help.

    She added: "The lightbulb moment of pulling all the services and support that a family may suddenly require due to a cancer diagnosis came to me.

    "The creation of A Birmingham based Drop-in Cancer Support Centre that would have everything onsite under one roof.

    "Whether people just want a cuppa because they are having a bad day and feel isolated once away from hospital or they are experiencing difficult times due to the sudden change in circumstances we aim to give them as much support as possible and help them manage their situation so that they can focus on the most important thing getting through treatment and just being a family."

    The news of the Drop in Centre, which will be based on Meadway in Yardley, was announced on Sunday (February 22) - which would have been Harry's 15th birthday.

    Georgie and the team are planning on having a number of events and help at the HHHO Drop in Cancer Support and Wellbeing Centre including benefits advice to support groups for families and patients, craft groups to careers advice and wig and bra fitting for ladies.

    But getting the centre up and running will be a challenge and Georgie is calling on businesses to help make the place feel like home.

    She said they need electricians, plasterers and interior designers to help get the place looking right and after that they will be looking for volunteers who have been in a similar situation to help support families and patients during their fight.

    For more or to find out about volunteering or helping out with renovations contact Gerogie on 0121 244 6149 or email georgie@hhho.org.uk

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    Harry Moseley Charity donates astonishing £500,000 to good causes in two years

    Published on: 30 Jan 2015

    A Birmingham charity started by a brave Sheldon schoolboy who tragically lost his battle with brain cancer has donated over half a million pounds in less than two years.

    Help Harry Help Others (HHHO), named after Harry Moseley who died in October 2011 aged just 11, has distributed £500,000 to worthy causes across the city.

    The cash was raised over the past 20 months through a raft of fundraising activities, including bucket collections and the sale of beaded bracelets.

    Generous Harry raised money to help others while suffering from cancer himself by making and selling bracelets online.

    His supporters have continued to make the bracelets for HHHO after the schoolboy passed away.

    The charity has also worked alongside local businesses and sponsors to raise money.

    The half a million pound pot has been shared across the charity’s three strands: Help Care, to fund professional support for children with cancer, Help Cope, to provide practical help to families affected by cancer, and Help Cure, to find a cure for brain tumours.

    Among the recipients are more than 270 families who have received a total of £67,000 through the Help Cope fund, which offers direct financial support, from grants for petrol to help with funerals.

    Over £100,000 has been put towards the building of the new Harry Moseley Centre at St Mary’s Hospice in Birmingham and a further £78,000 to the QE Hospital Cancer Centre to create a paediatric recovery room.

    The John Taylor Hospice in Erdington has been granted £60,000 to fund family care services.

    Georgie Moseley, Founder of HHHO and Harry’s mother, said: “This is such a huge achievement for us all at Help Harry Help Others.

    “Continuing Harry’s work supporting those on their journey with cancer is a real pleasure for all involved and we are so grateful to our volunteers, partners and sponsors for helping us to help others.”

     

    The charity has hopes of replicating its success this year and is already at work raising money to help more families.

    Article taken from www.birminghammail.co.uk 

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    NEC Group raises £21,000 for Harry Moseley Charity

    Published on: 21 Aug 2014

    THE NEC Group has raised more than £21,000 for its employee-elected charity of the year, HelpHarryHelpOthers.

    Georgie Moseley, chairman and founder of HHHO, visited the National Exhibition Centre to receive the donation of £21,489.27 and was presented with a cheque decorated with beads like those used to make the ‘Harry bracelets’ the charity is famous for.

    Employees from across the NEC Group raised the money through a number of fundraising activities, including making and selling bracelets, cake sales, a tuck shop, fun days, a quiz and contributions from staff ticket sales.

    John Hornby, Chief Operating Officer for the NEC Group, who presented Ms Moseley with the cheque, said: “HelpHarryHelpOthers is a great charity and one that has truly touched the hearts of NEC Group employees. Georgie is truly inspirational and we wish her the very best for the future. I would like to thank each member of staff across the NEC Group who made a donation or helped with fundraising activities over the last 12 months.”

    On collecting the cheque, Ms Moseley said: “HelpHarryHelpOthers has really enjoyed having the NEC Group as its charity partner.  All management and staff have been really instrumental in not only raising valuable funds for HHHO but also in creating such awareness for our charity so that we can do ‘what we say on the tin’ … Help all those children and their families affected by cancer.”

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    Fun festival for Harry Moseley

    Published on: 11 Aug 2014

    Hundreds of people enjoyed a fun-filled festival of activities organised in memory of well known fundraiser Harry Moseley.

    Merry Hill shopping centre welcomed families to the HarryFest event.

    Activities and games took place on the converted car park outside Eat Central at the Brierley Hill mall.

    Harry Moseley, who lived in Birmingham, died aged 11 from an incurable brain tumour in 2011.

    During his battle with the disease he set up the charity Help Harry Help Others and raised more than £600,000 for cancer research.His family has continued the work he started and this weekend’s event is part of the ongoing fundraising drive.

    were entertained with a fun fair, a superhero-themed photo booth, live music, dancing, a roller disco, balloon modelling and face painting.

    Staff from various stores in the centre also donned fancy dress for the two-day event on Friday and Saturday helping raise money for the Help Harry Help Others charity.

    Hairdressers Jessica McKoy, aged 19, from Holly Hall, Dudley, and Jenna Fellows, 27, from Pensnett, Dudley, became superheroes to get in an the fun.

    Jessica said: "It is a good event and we love to dress up anyway so we absolutely loved it. We got some strange looks when going to get some food but overall it was great."

    Harry'smother Georgie Moseley attended the event with her partner Brian Blackwell who are doing a bike ride as part of a fundraising drive for the charity.

    She said: "Harry had such a fun-loving nature, so this is a perfect event to celebrate his legacy as the charity continues to help those on their cancer journey.”

    Taken from www.birminghammail.co.uk 

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    Chain gang aim for World Record

    Published on: 07 Mar 2014

    The legacy of inspirational schoolboy Harry Moseley was shining as a further appeal involving a Guinness World Record attempt in his name was unveiled.

    Schoolchildren, shoppers and staff from Martineau Place will join Harry’s mum Georgina as they try to build the largest bracelet ever in honour of the inspirational fundraiser.

    The plan is to ultimately build a big enough bracelet to wrap around the shopping centre, which is home to more than 30 retailers in the city centre.

    Harry, from Sheldon, died on October 8, 2011 in his mother’s arms after a four-year battle with a brain tumour.

    He had been in a coma at Birmingham Children’s Hospital for three months after the tumour grew by 50 per cent and he underwent major brain surgery.

    Despite his health deteriorating, the 11-year-old raised half-a-million pounds for Cancer Research UK through his campaign Help Harry Help Others by making bracelets.

    His family have now continued his hard work, funding vital research and supporting families in financial hardship so they can focus on their loved one.

    The charity also gives back to the next generation of children by offering free workshops and schemes that help children tap into their own passions in life, and supports services providing end of life care, including hospices and nurses in the community.

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    Harry's Mum wins West Midlands Woman of the Year!

    Published on: 25 Feb 2014

    Harry's mom was recently nominated for City and Styles 'Woman of the Year Awards'  due to her efforts in turning her son's Campaign HelpHarryHelpOthers into a registered Charity following his passing in 2011.

    Georgie Moseley who founded the charity after Harry lost his battle to a brain tumour in 2011 has worked tirelessly to not only form a charity that supports families every step of the way through their journey but also created various children's initiatives to continue to inspire young people through Harry's story. 

    In just over twelve months the charity has formed 3 funds HelpCure (funding research), HelpCope (providing financial grants to families suffering from financial hardship as a result of a Cancer Diagnosis) and HelpCare ( providing grants to other charities/services who provide core care for families during 'end of life treatment'.).

    As if this isn't enough Harry's story that inspired so many people globally and Georgie wanted to continue with Harry's message. As such she has pulled together a Schools social enterprise which she delivers in schools and now takes Harry's story into Young Offenders Institutes to help rehabilitate young offenders.

    Georgie said " I am really overwhelmed and shocked to be nominated, never mind to win the overall award. For me its not about awards but making a difference to all people who still have hope. Cancer is a difficult journey and its only through working as a team we can make change. I dedicate my award to all those families living in hope and of course my amazing son who is still my hero'.

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    Harry's mum launches the inaugural 'Harryz Young Starz Awardz' celebrating Kids that do Good!

    Published on: 25 Feb 2014

    Following the launch of various initiatives to  continue inspiring young people through Harry's Story including the Schools Social Enterprise, free kids workshops and the work to rehabilitate young offenders. Harry's mom Georgie hasn't stopped there. 

    Georgie Moseley launched the Harryz Young Starz Awardz in partnership with South and City College and Birmingham Mail which will recognise individual children in an array of areas. The inaugral awards will recognise kids involved and doing good in all areas of life and the categories include:-  Community Charity Award, Young Carer Award, Bravery Award, Selfless Award, Harrys Hero Award, Best friend award and there will be an overall 'Harrys shining star award'. 

    Georgie says "kids go above and beyond being an average child every single day. As a nation we should acknowledge and recognise those that are simply amazing. Not just those that enter into charity work but some kids are put in terrible situations and yet like Harry they achieve great things or turn into selfless adults overnight. For us as Harry's Charity this is a way of us giving back. Its not a fundraiser its simply about the amazing youngsters. The children of today are our future tomorrow and will be running the country. So many kids do great but we as a society focus on the negative and give kids bad press. Only we can change this and I intend to! Harry taught so many kids that regardless of your age, wealth, lifestyle and well being you can achieve anything in life if you are passionate. With that in mind his story has inspired thousands of kids globally.  I am extremely proud of the Awards and I intend to grow it into a national event every year so we continue to inspire our next generation"

    The awards will take place at South and City College on Friday 28th February at 11am. 

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    Work continues on the Harry Moseley Family Centre

    Published on: 05 Feb 2014

    On Thursday 30th January staff from Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice were joined by Georgie Moseley, Founder and Chairperson of Help Harry Help others for a progress tour of the Harry Mosely Family Centre.

    The tour was a chance to view the progress of the project since work commenced in October 2013.

    It was funding of £100,000 from Help Harry Help Others that enabled this much needed addition to the Hospice’s existing facilities to go ahead. This support is in addition to major funding from the Department of Health’s Grant Programme for Hospices.

    The Harry Moseley Family Centre will be a comfortable, multi-purpose space offering families the privacy they need during a difficult time, but with the safety of 24 hour care from the Hospice’s specialist medical team. It will be fully accessible from the existing in-patient ward, flexible enough to accommodate the needs of multiple families or extended family members, and have its own fully accessible garden.

    Georgie said; “I am so moved by the work of St Marys Hospice and the care it provides to hundreds of families every year. Help Harry Help Others feel very privileged and proud to help with the building of the Harry Moseley Family Centre which will undoubtedly have such an impact of families at a very difficult time in their lives”.

    The project is due for completion in March, so keep an eye on our website for details of the grand opening!

     

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    EZE Group help spread Xmas love with Harry

    Published on: 17 Dec 2013

    Eze group help spread Xmas love with Harry

    HELP HARRY CHARITY HOPING FOR BIG SCORE AT ST ANDREW’S

    Blues fans are being urged to dig deep for charity at this Saturday’s Nottingham Forest fixture at St Andrew’s when an army of volunteers from Birmingham based Help Harry Help Others will be leading the fundraising.

    The match-day collection for HHHO has been organised by the EZE Group Foundation as part of EZE Group’s diamond partnership with Birmingham City FC.

    Georgie Moseley, chairman and founder of the charity, joined Blues players Jonathan Spector and Tom Adeyemi to help promote the fundraising bonanza which will see around 25 volunteers out in force with collection buckets selling the iconic Help Harry Help Others bracelets.

    Help Harry Help Others has been the official charity of Birmingham City FC since 2012. Like many others, the club was inspired by the brave story of young Harry Moseley who first visited St Andrew’s to sell the bracelets shortly before he died of brain cancer, aged just 11. In two years Harry raised more than £650,000, winning the hearts and minds of others through his determination, love of life and, most of all, his desire to “make a difference.”

    “We are so proud to be associated with Blues and can’t thank EZE Group and the fans enough for the way they have supported us in carrying on Harry’s legacy, said Georgie. “We know Christmas time puts a financial strain on everyone, but we want fans to think of other families who have been crippled by cancer.

    “With one in two men and one in four women likely to be struck by cancer, those fans at the game on Saturday are sure to know a family who has suffered, but by donating to our collection they can help us support others in the Birmingham area.”

    As well as showing their backing by purchasing a “Blues” bracelet, fans will have an opportunity to select from a range of other designs including a Christmas one which could make an ideal stocking filler.

    All cash raised will go towards funding vital research into brain cancer and supporting families of children living with all forms of cancer The charity’s mission to help cope, help care and help cure has touched the hearts of millions of people including young children.

    To find out more about the charity, please visit www.hhho.org.uk, follow them on twitter - #HHHO Day, @harry_moseley or like their Facebook page by searching for ‘helpharryhelpothers.’ Donations of £5 can also be made by texting Harry to 70800.

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    Harry's Dreams Come True

    Published on: 05 Dec 2013

    Harry's Dream comes true

    Help Harry Help Others:

    UK’s Kindest Boy’s Dreams Come True

    Harry Moseley was an incredible young man who captured the heart of the nation with his campaigning to raise funds for brain cancer research, fundraising up and down the country with his famous bracelets.

    Despite suffering from a brain tumour himself, he was inspired to act following the death of his close friend and fellow patient Robert Harley, raising over £650,000 through his campaigning. Harry sadly died on October 11th 2011 after spending 14 weeks in a coma, and his passing was covered by all national media.

    Help Harry Help Others

    Harry’s ultimate dream was to start his own charity. Following his death and the ever increasing levels of public and media support, Harry’s family have decided to fulfil his dream and on September 26th launchHelp Harry Help Others, a charity designed to help all families suffering from cancer in 3 specific ways:

    ·  1. Help Cure – raising funds specific to Brain Tumour research. Brain tumours have increased over 30% in the last 30 years and now kill more people under the age of 40 than any other cancer, and yet it only receives 0.7% of funding from Governmental Cancer research resources.

    ·  2. Help Cope – the financial and emotional strain when any person is diagnosed with cancer has drastic effects on the whole family. We ease this by offering financial support, holidays, Christmas presents and day to day help for families of anyone suffering from any form of cancer.

    ·  3. Help Care – raising money to support end of life care facilities and support services so that for all those who only have memories to leave, those memories are happier ones.

    Help Harry Help Others Chairman, and Harry’s mum, Georgie Moseley explains:

    “Harry achieved so much in his life. He inspired so many people to do more to help other people, bringing families and communities together. He was my best friend and I miss him every day, but I know he would want me to carry on his efforts, and to keep spreading the ‘Harry Love’. Today isn’t just about celebrating everything Harry achieved, but also about looking to the future and starting the next chapter in his story”.

    With celebrity supporters such as Duncan Bannatyne, Ben Shepherd and John Terry amongst others, Help Harry Help Others is set to become a leading figure in the Third Sector.

    www.HelpHarryHelpOthers.org.uk

    To donate £5 text HARRY to 70800

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    Donation of £103,000 to St Mary's Hospice

    Published on: 13 Oct 2013

    Donation of £103,000 to St Mary's HospiceHelp Harry Help Others and Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice partner to build a new family care centre

    Construction of a brand new family centre has started this week at Birmingham St Mary's Hospice. The work signals the beginning of an exciting new partnership between the Hospice and Help Harry Help Others (hhho.org.uk).

    The Harry Moseley Family Centre at Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice will enable families to stay at the Hospice to be with a loved one. This could be during a period of medical review; whilst medical staff manage the symptoms of an illness or assess a patient’s readiness to return home, or during the precious final days.

    Funding of £103,000 from Help Harry Help Others has enabled this much needed addition to the Hospice’s existing facilities to go ahead. This is in additional to major funding from The Department of Health’s Grant Programme for Hospices.

    The Harry Moseley Family Centre will be a comfortable, multi-purpose space offering families the privacy they need during a difficult time, but with the safety of 24 hour care from our specialist medical team. It will be fully accessible from the existing in-patient ward, flexible enough to accommodate the needs of multiple families or extended family members, and have its own fully accessible garden.

    Georgina Moseley, Help Harry Help Others Founder said: “We are honoured to be supporting the construction of this new family centre. I know how important it is for families to be together when a loved one is living with terminal illness, so for us to help Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice to give other families the space and freedom to be together is wonderful.”

    Tina Swani, Birmingham St Mary's Hospice Chief Executive said: “We pride ourselves on the support we offer to the entire family of an individual living with terminal illness. We encourage families to spend as much time as they need at the Hospice and this new centre will help us to give families greater comfort, space and privacy during this precious time with a loved one. We are so very grateful for the support of Help Harry Help Others. This new facility will help many more families, now and in the future, to build happy memories of a loved one.”

    The design for the brand new centre has been created by architect, Paul Hicking. GI Sykes, will carry out the construction of the building, working closely with Arc Project Management.

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    #Celebfooty4Harry - the Total's in!!!

    Published on: 01 Jul 2013

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    Dragonboats breathe fire for Harry!

    Published on: 23 Jun 2013

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    #CelebFooty4Harry - Birm Mail tells the tale!

    Published on: 19 May 2013

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    #CelebFooty4Harry - the big day!

    Published on: 18 May 2013

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    #CelebFooty4Harry - more stars come out to play!

    Published on: 13 Apr 2013

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    #CelebFooty4Harry - more stars come out to play!

    Published on: 13 Apr 2013

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    Tim Henman Helps Harry at the Aegon Classic

    Published on: 10 Apr 2013

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    Glynn Purnell cooks up a storm for Harry....

    Published on: 18 Mar 2013

     

    GLYNN PURNELL COOKS UP A STORM

    IN MEMORY OF HARRY MOSELEY

     

    Michelin-starred chef Glynn Purnell with Jo-anne Till and Jonathan Till

    of GT Access, who paid £5,000 for the prize

     

    Glynn Purnell has helped raise £5,000 for ‘Help Harry Help Others’ by donating his time to one lucky winner who got to sample his Michelin-starred cuisine in the comfort of their own home.

     

    Last year saw the first-ever Harry Moseley charity ball, which took place at the ICC and welcomed hundreds of the city’s leading business people gather together in the memory of the late Harry Moseley. As part of the event, which raised over £100,000 for Help Harry Help Others, Glynn Purnell donated his time to the auction and gave one lucky winner the chance to sample his award-winning cuisine in their own home.

     

    The prize included a four-course meal for six people to be prepared and cooked by him in person at the home of the highest bidder. Jo-anne Till and Jonathan Till, of GT Access, won with a £5,000 bid and welcomed Glynn and his team into their home. Unable to decide who to invite, Glynn agreed to cook and serve a sumptuous Sunday lunch increasing the party up to 10 guests.

     

    He said:

    “I have been extremely impressed and humbled by everyone’s efforts and how Harry’s fundraising legacy has continued with the official launch of the Help Harry Help Others charity.

    “In his 11 years, Harry Moseley managed to raise more money and awareness from his charitable work than most people could in a lifetime. His dedication and bravery was an inspiration to everyone that had the pleasure of meeting him and his family.”

     

    Glynn is a real family man and despite being his only day off, he spent his Sunday with another family in aid of Help Harry Help Others.  He continued:

     

    “It is vital we continue to raise awareness as this is what Harry started and what he truly believed would make a difference. It is brilliant that a local Brummie lad managed to achieve this, helping so many others along the way.

     

    “I wanted to offer a special auction prize, giving my time to the charity rather than donating a meal at the restaurant.  It was fantastic to spend a Sunday cooking lunch for another family. It was such fun and I hope everyone enjoyed the day as much as I did.”

     

    Glynn cooked up a four-course storm for the Till family, consisting of ham hock with escabeche winter vegetables and taste of British seafood. This was followed by Dover beef with confit potatoes and green puree, and a burnt egg custard surprise to finish.

     

    After the meal, Jo-anne Till said:

    “What a fantastic way to spend your Sunday in the company of such lovely people, Glynn & his team were an absolute joy to have around. Glynn was such a friendly guy, he made everyone feel that they were part of the day giving all the guests tips in the kitchen and letting everyone help with some element of the preparation, if they so wished. The food… well that was nothing short of amazing. 

     

    She added:

    “All of Glynn’s team were fabulous; nothing was too much trouble and everything had been thought of. We can’t thank them enough and they all selflessly gave up there Sunday to make our day one we will never forget so again to Glynn, Hannah, Luke, Tom and Sonal; Big Big Thanks.”

     

    The Harry Moseley charity ball was organised by local businessmen, PJ Ellis and Tim Andrews, who were both inspired by Harry Moseley. The duo knew that Birmingham had a lot to thank Harry for and decided that a glitzy charity ball would be the best way to remember him.  They organised, what many people have claimed to be the ‘Charity Ball of the Year’, which raised £100,000 for the Help Harry Help Others charity.

     

    Following on from the success of the 2012 event, the Harry Moseley Ball returns to the city on Saturday 19 October 2013 at the ICC, to mark the short but selfless life of an incredible child. Tickets will go on sale at the end of March and full details can be found on the events page at www.HelpHarryHelpOthers.org.uk

     

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    For more information, visit www.HelpHarryHelpOthers.org.uk or email harrysball@hhho.org.uk.

     

    For press enquiries, contact Tara Tomes: tara.tomes@necgroup.co.uk or 07825 900 409

     

    For media enquiries or interview opportunities with Glynn Purnell, please contact Claire Tortise: claire@fredaconsultancy.co.uk or 07576 069903

     

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    Villa fans to walk to Wigan in aid of Harry Moseley charity

    Published on: 12 Mar 2013

    http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/local-news/aston-villa-fans-walk-wigan-1736466

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    Young mum has tattoo to boost Harry Moseley charity

    Published on: 08 Mar 2013

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    Celebrity team to play at Birmingham City in Harry Moseley charity fundraiser

    Published on: 02 Mar 2013

    http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/local-news/celebrity-team-play-birmingham-city-1377130

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    CelebFooty4Harry!!!!

    Published on: 26 Feb 2013

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    Aegon Classic...it's official they are now #TeamHarry!

    Published on: 22 Feb 2013

     

    Tennis Served with Style at the Aegon Classic

     

    HHHO is proud to be the official charity partner of the Aegon Classic tennis tournament, which features some of the world’s top female players Edgbaston Priory Club from 9-16 June.

     

    With rising British stars Heather Watson and Laura Robson both competing in the 2012 alongside other world-class players including Daniela Hantuchova, Sabine Lisiki and Jelena Jankovic, you can be assured an all-star field.

     

    There will also be the Centre Court Grand Opening on Sunday 9 June, where a special exhibition match will take place involving two greats of the game. Come down with the family and try out tennis for yourself before watching the stars in action. Access to the grounds is free on this day, with adult centre court tickets costing £15.  

     

    For more information or to book tickets visit www.aegonclassic.co.uk

     

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    Lawrence Robertson, Commercial Director at the LTA said; “We are delighted to be working closely with the charity Help Harry Help Others and through the tournament we hope to help raise vital funds for them.”


      

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    A country wishes Harry Happy Birthday

    Published on: 22 Feb 2013

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    Aegon Classic Partners Harry

    Published on: 18 Feb 2013

    Today we are so pleased to announce that Birmingham's incredible Tennis event, the "Aegon Classic" at Edgbaston has partnered Help Harry Help Others.

    As part of the partnership we are encouraging kids to get creative and help create a poster for the event! For more info visit the link below...

    http://www.lta.org.uk/fans-major-events/LTA-summer-grass-court-events/AEGON-Classic/News/2013/Ace-opportunity-for-school-children-to-design-Aegon-Classic-mascot/

    There will be lots more news on the event and how you can come along and enjoy the incredible occasion...so stay tuned!!!

     

    ACE’ OPPORTUNITY FOR KIDS TO DESIGN MASCOT FOR INTERNATIONAL TENNIS EVENT, THE AEGON CLASSIC

     

    The Midlands’ largest international tennis tournament, the Aegon Classic, is tasking school children to help design a new Tournament mascot.

     

    Arty children across the West Midlands are being urged to get involved in a school art competition to design their very own tennis mascot and support fundraising for local charity, Help Harry Help Others.

     

    Staged in the heart of Birmingham, the Aegon Classic is one the of the UK’s major warm-up tournaments ahead of The Championships, Wimbledon. Offering the chance to see some of the world’s top international female tennis players, this prestigious tournament is returning to Birmingham’s Edgbaston Priory Club from the 9th to the 16th June .

     

    As well as seeing their design displayed at the tournament, the child who draws the winning picture will also be a mascot at the Grand Opening of the new Centre Court on Sunday 9th  June standing alongside two great champions of the past. Not only that, but the winning child will also win tennis equipment for themselves and their school.

     

    A further four deserving runners up will also win tickets for their family (2 adults and 2 children) to attend on Sunday 9th June as well as an equipment pack for themselves and their school.

     

    To enter, children simply need to draw a picture of their mascot and write a brief description about their character, including any special powers they may have.

     

    Lawrence Robertson, Commercial Director for the LTA, said: “We know tennis is a popular sport with kids across the Midlands, so we wanted them the chance to get involved with an important year for the Aegon Classic as we open our new Centre Court for the first time.

     

    “As well as this, we are delighted to be working closely with the charity Help Harry Help Others and through the tournament we hope to help raise vital funds for them.”

     

    Georgina Moseley, Chairman and Founder of Help Harry Help Others said; “We’re really excited to have been announced at the Official charity for the Aegon Classic this year. We’re really looking forward to working together to continue to the inspiring work Harry started.

     

    “Just 1% of national spend is on brain tumours, and with more children dying from this type of cancer than any other, we hope that through our fundraising we can change these statistics. So much of our work is about inspiring children the way Harry did, so it seems right that kids are playing such a big role in making this event something we as a community can all be proud to be a part of.”

     

    “It would be great if some of the mascots the children draw are wearing Harry’s bracelets!”

     

    The LTA, the tournament organisers and Help Harry Help Others will also select a second child who has been affected by cancer to line-up alongside the Legends to giving them a day they won’t forget.

     

    The judges will be looking for the most colourful and inspiring entries and the competition is open to children aged between 5 and 11 years old.

     

    Entry packs can be printed from www.aegonclassic.co.uk or requested from Aegon Classic c/o WPR, 43 Calthorpe Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 1TS.

     

    All entries must be received by Friday 22 March. The winner and runner-ups will be notified w/c 15 April.

     

    Tickets for the Aegon Classic go on sale Monday March 4. To book, visit www.aegonclassic.co.uk/tickets or call 0844 209 7359.

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    Harry keeps on inspiring children!

    Published on: 17 Feb 2013

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    Harry has the run of the field!

    Published on: 05 Feb 2013

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    Harry spreads the love in the darkest of times

    Published on: 31 Jan 2013

    http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/local-news/cancer-stricken-mum-to-wed-as-she-battles-1280385

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    Georgie inspires Broad Street Ball

    Published on: 22 Jan 2013

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    Smart Homes sell for Harry

    Published on: 16 Jan 2013

     

     

    Harry Moseley was an incredible young man who captured the heart of the nation with his campaigning to raise funds for brain cancer research, fundraising up and down the country with his famous bracelets.

    Despite suffering from a brain tumour himself, he was inspired to act following the death of his close friend and fellow patient Robert Harley, raising over £650,000 through his campaigning. Harry sadly died on October 11th 2011 after spending 14 weeks in a coma, and his passing was covered by all national media.

    Harry’s ultimate dream was to start his own charity. Following his death and the ever increasing levels of public and media support, Harry’s family have decided to fulfil his dream and on September 26th 2012 launched Help Harry Help Others. The Charity aims to fund Brain Cancer research programmes and support families on their own cancer journeys.

    As Georgina Moseley, chairman and founder of HelpHarryHelpOthers explains “Harry achieved so much in his life. He inspired so many people to do more to help other people, bringing families and communities together. He was my best friend and I miss him every day, but I know he would want me to carry on his efforts, and to keep spreading the ‘Harry Love’.”

    As part of their efforts Smart Homes of Solihull today announced they would be launching into partnership with HelpHarryHelpOthers, donating a percentage of their profits to help continue the legacy of young Harry Moseley.

    “Over the last couple of months we have been searching for the right charity to support” explains Smart Homes Founder and Director, Jamie Smart “and after careful consideration I decided that it was definitely a local charity that we wanted to raise money for.”

     I have four children myself and after seeing the press coverage of Harry and after my meeting with the very enthusiastic  Adam Rickitt from Help Harry Help Others my feelings were confirmed that Help Harry Help Others was the right charity for my team to help raise money for.”

    The aim is that for every property that Smart Homes are instructed to sell and subsequently agree a sale on and see through to completion Smart Homes will give a percentage of their selling commission to Help Harry Help Others. 

    Smart Homes have set themselves the target of raising £5000 pounds in 2013 to support Help Harry Help Others which will enable the charity to support up to 100 families throughout this year.   To donate to Help Harry Help Others please do not hesitate to contact the charity direct or take part in this venture with your house sale by contacting Smart Homes.

    Visit www.helpharryhelpothers.org.uk or text ‘harry’ to 70800 to donate £5

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    Goodchilds take Harry to their hearts!

    Published on: 15 Jan 2013

     

    Goodchilds estates agents yesterday welcomed Georgie Moseley from Help Harry Help Others to their offices, where all 15 branches came together to help support the charity by hand making bracelets to take away with them for the public. Teams from across the area joined forces, where they heard Georgie speak about her remarkable son Harry Moseley, who captured the hearts of the Nation with his efforts to help fund research into curing Brain Cancer.

     

    Before his tragic death in 2011, Harry raised over £600,000 to combat this disease which now kills more people under the age of 40 than any other cancer. Help Harry Help Others was launched by Georgie in September 2012 to continue Harry’s legacy of not only raising funds for Brain cancer research, but also to continue inspiring other children to be proactive in their own local communities.

     

    “Harry was such a kind and selfless little boy” explains Georgie “who only ever wanted to make sure no one else had to die from this terrible affliction. Right up until the day he passed away he gave all his energy, all his time and all his smiles to those people and families affected by cancer, and the inspiration he provided to other school children meant that we could never abandon them and let his example end”.

     

    Invited by Goodchilds Managing Director Dave Warke, Help Harry Help Others spent the day with representatives from all their branches across the area, where they were told more about Harry’s journey and the Charity’s aims. Then the teams got cracking hand making bracelets which will then be given to members of the public by way of thanks for donation from each of their branches.

    Corporate and responsibility is something that Goodchilds has embedded throughout its team and the culture of the organization; working with charities every year since the companies formation, we are also official partners with leukemia research.

     

    Managing Director Dave Warke comments “ With so many Good people and great companies now affording time and funds to charity work we were very proud last year to have been shortlisted for the  Cecil Jackson-Cole Award for Corporate Social Responsibility by the Sunday times. We have won awards for the best estate agency in the Midlands, however these results are based on our performance and numbers shone through. However whilst the money we have raised for leukemia research and other charities is admirable, some companies had raised hundreds or thousands of pounds but the judges saw our teams genuine commitment to charity and that they committed their own time and the company let them use paid time for these good causes.”

     

    “Whilst every charity Goodchilds works with have their own merits and do a fantastic job, we are extremely excited and feel honored to be working with a local charity that has already raised so much money and is run in the memory of a very special individual.

     

    For this reason any person who instructs Goodchilds to sell or let their property on or before February 28th and mentions ‘Help Harry Help others’ Goodchilds will donate £50 of their fee when Goodchilds subsequently sell or let the property.”

     

    With Charity CEO, and former Coronation Street, Actor Adam Rickitt on board the Charity looks to support families going through cancer, whilst raising funds specific to Brain Cancer research. “We want to carry on Harry’s efforts, spreading the ‘Harry Love’ as we call it” explains Adam “whilst at the same time working closely with schools and children, encouraging them to get fundraising in their own communities, be it for us or for anything else they care about. It’s all about carrying on the example Harry set us, of giving a bit of time for others around us, and about following the inspiration he created. Working with Goodchilds Estate agents is a great step towards completing Harry’s dream and we are so grateful to them for all their support.”

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    2013....the year of Harry!

    Published on: 03 Jan 2013

    http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/local-news/our-hopes-for-2013---birmingham-personalities-393519

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    Spreading the "Harry Love" with extra sweetness!

    Published on: 17 Dec 2012

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    Harry and the kids makes Brindley sparkle!

    Published on: 14 Dec 2012

    The cutest thing you will EVER watch!

     

    http://youtu.be/8Y6K7jJ2YtI

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    Harry lights up Christmas

    Published on: 13 Dec 2012

    Well that's one way to hike up the eletricity bill!!! :)

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    Harry shines in "OK!"

    Published on: 12 Dec 2012

    Check out coverage of Harry's Charity ball in glam mag "OK!"....role on next year's event!!!

    http://pic.twitter.com/KZkDxq9S

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    Harry and Santa light up Brindley!

    Published on: 05 Dec 2012

    http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/local-news/harry-moseleys-mum-georgie-switches-354330

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    Check us out....the NATIONAL TRIATHLON PARTNER

    Published on: 04 Dec 2012

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    Birmingham's new showpiece!

    Published on: 01 Dec 2012

    http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/local-news/harry-moseley-birmingham-charity-gets-353381

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    UK Triathlon unites with Help Harry Help Others

    Published on: 29 Nov 2012

    We are SERIOUSLY CHUFFED!!!!

    Uk Triathlon has today announced that as of now Help Harry Help Others is their new official Charity Partner.....we like them ever so much!

    With 10 events around the country every year, they are urging people to get out there, get fit, have fun and take on a real challenge! As the country's fastest growing sport, which lit up the Olympic games, Triathlon is quickly becoming the ultimate way for people to take on a challenge and help raise money for Harry as well.

    With their flagship event to be held in Sutton Park, Birmingham on the 21st of July, entries are now open for each of their events, but places are going fast! With distances to suit all levels, and even Triathlons specifically for kids, we are urging people to help ghrow this sport and support Harry at the same time...

    http://www.uktriathlon.co.uk/index.htm

    If you would like to run for Harry and join the exclusive "Team Harry" gang then please email us at:

    TeamHarry@hhho.org.uk

    By running for us you will not only be helping to make a huge difference to our efforts, but also you will receive 

    • A special Help Harry Help Others Bracelet to mark the event
    • A Help Harry Help Others T-shirt to run in
    • A sponsorship package to help get you raising donations
    •  Support from us on the day
    •  Recognition from Help Harry Help Others on our website
    •  A HUGE hug full of “Harry Love” from us!

    This really is something we are so proud to be a part of and hope you will find out just how amazing taking part in one of these events can be!

     

     

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    Bristol laughs out loud for Harry!!!

    Published on: 28 Nov 2012

    Huge thank you to our amazing supporter Jemma Hoskin who for 2 years now has run events for Harry down in Bristol.

    She is spreading the "Harry Love" and making people smile at the same time...just like Harry did!

    http://www.clairhucklephotography.co.uk/bristols-got-talent-2012.html

    Thanks so much to Jemma and everyone who attended..."you are making it happen!"

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    Harry Potter stars show the Harry Love!!! :)

    Published on: 22 Nov 2012

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pZb854U-Wso

     

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    Georgie is our "Local Hero"...it's official!

    Published on: 19 Nov 2012

    http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/local-news/ordinary-people-honoured-for-doing-extraordinary-312263

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    Santa's in town!!! Get there now!

    Published on: 14 Nov 2012

    http://visitbirmingham.com/christmas/events/

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    Santa hits the town...Help Harry...see Santa!

    Published on: 13 Nov 2012

    http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/local-news/birmingham-santas-grotto-brings-back-304620

     

     

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    Tilly makes it happen!

    Published on: 12 Nov 2012

    http://www.thisistamworth.co.uk/Polesworth-s-Tilly-Sweet-helps-Harry-Moseley/story-17277602-detail/story.html

     

     

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    More coverage of the big night!

    Published on: 28 Oct 2012

     

    http://www.birminghammail.net/news/local-news/first-harry-moseley-ball-hailed-269263#.UIup6TI6e0c.mailto

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    Tescos show the HARRY LOVE

    Published on: 26 Oct 2012

    Tesco's have helped show the Harry Love by nominating Help Harry Help Others as their Charity of the Year for their new Store in Kingswinford.

    Georgie herself was invited to open the store, and given a fab cheque for £500 to kick things off!

    If you would like to see how you company can support Help Harry Help Others please email corporate@hhho.org.uk

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    Wow - what a night!

    Published on: 20 Oct 2012

     

    http://www.birminghammail.net/news/top-stories/2012/10/19/harry-moseley-ball-held-at-birmingham-icc-97319-32069114/

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    The Day of the Big Ball!

    Published on: 19 Oct 2012

     

    http://www.birminghammail.net/news/top-stories/2012/10/19/stars-come-out-for-harry-moseley-s-charity-ball-97319-32060370/

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    John Terry makes an emotional visit

    Published on: 12 Oct 2012

     

    http://www.birminghammail.net/news/birmingham-news/2012/10/08/former-england-captain-john-terry-visits-harry-moseley-charity-on-anniversary-of-harry-s-death-97319-31992690/

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    Harry Heads back to School

    Published on: 09 Oct 2012

     

    http://www.kidszine.co.uk/inspiration-to-help-harry-help-others-starts-in-the-classroom/

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    Hear from our Footy Friends!

    Published on: 07 Oct 2012

     

    http://www.bcfc.com/news/article/helping-harry-help-others-407057.aspx?pageView=full#anchored

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    Our New Blue Partners

    Published on: 06 Oct 2012

     

    http://www.birminghammail.net/news/top-stories/2012/10/04/pictures-birmingham-city-stars-help-launch-partnership-with-harry-moseley-charity-help-harry-help-others-97319-31965296/

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    BCFC join Team Harry

    Published on: 04 Oct 2012

     

    http://www.birminghammail.net/news/top-stories/2012/10/04/birmingham-city-announce-harry-moseley-charity-as-official-partner-97319-31961279/

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    Meet our CEO

    Published on: 02 Oct 2012

     

    http://www.thirdsector.co.uk/Communications/article/1151351/interview-adam-rickitt/

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    ITV tell the tale!

    Published on: 02 Oct 2012

     

    http://vimeo.com/50215443

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    Sky News share the "Harry Love"

    Published on: 29 Sep 2012

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g_v9PJeqmOQ

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    Following the journey

    Published on: 29 Sep 2012

     

    http://www.birminghammail.net/news/top-stories/2012/09/25/making-it-happen-the-harry-moseley-story-extract-two-97319-31897931/

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    The BIG launch

    Published on: 28 Sep 2012

     

    http://www.birminghammail.net/news/top-stories/2012/09/27/harry-moseley-s-dream-realised-with-the-launch-of-his-own-charity-in-yardley-97319-31918090/#.UGQ_BtzFxQo.mailto

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    A Tale of Inspiration

    Published on: 27 Sep 2012

     

    http://www.birminghammail.net/news/top-stories/2012/09/24/the-story-of-sheldon-schoolboy-harry-moseley-told-by-mum-georgina-in-powerful-new-book-97319-31893334/

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    May 2012

    Published on: 01 May 2012

    HelpHarryHelpOthers new website goes live ready for receipt of charity registration

     
    Yes, very soon HelpHarryHelpOthers will become its own registered charity and will continue with the amazing work that Harry started!
     
    Today we launch HelpHarryHelpOthers new website revealing all our special ambassadors and the trustee team that are responsible for continuing Harry’s dream of helping others.  We hope you like the new website and please click on each ambassador to read why they are so behind the charity.
     
    Please note that on line bracelet sales will not be available until we have received registered charity status. However, look out for special Launch bracelets that Harry designed for a big event this year!
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    April 2012

    Published on: 01 Apr 2012

    All Ambassadors confirmed for HelpHarryHelpOthers Charity
    Today we have all Ambassadors confirmed for Harry’s own registered charity!
    Our Ambassadors include Duncan Bannatyne, Ben Shephard, John Terry, Wincey Willis, James and Oliver Phelps, Tom Ross, Michael Johnson, Ian Taylor and Ed James. 
    We hope you can click on each of them and read why they have chosen to support HelpHarryHelpOthers.
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    February 2012

    Published on: 01 Feb 2012

    Lions and Roses
     
    The England Footballers Foundation held their inaugural ‘Lions and Roses’ event on Sunday 26th February.  The foundation raises money for a variety of different charities but decided to hold a pledge for Help Harry Help Others in memory of the foundation's first hero, Harry Moseley.  Everyone at the ball sported a custom made red and white England bracelet and if you look closely you might be able to spot some of the players and JLS wearing theirs.
     
    Help Us Help Harry
     
    Our very special fundraising campaign ‘Help Us Help Harry’ launches today. Celebrities have truly come out in force sporting their very own Harry bracelets to show their support. 
     
    Fellow Harrys, Harry Styles, Harry Redknapp, Ainsley Harriott and Sir Cliff Richard (yes he’s a Harry too) plus loads more have united to help us spread the word. Check out the videos on our Facebook page to see what they had to say.
     
    Buy a bracelet
    This week, we’d like to get as many people as we can helping us to make Harry’s dream come true – let’s get everyone in the UK wearing one of his colourful bracelets. You can buy yours here today.
     
    Create your own photo bead
    Our virtual Facebook bracelet is the perfect place for you and your friends to show yours off. Create your own photo bead and show the world how great your bracelet looks. If you’re not a Facebook fan, you could always tweet your photo using the hashtag #HHHO @harry_moseley.  
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    December 2011

    Published on: 01 Dec 2011

     

    On one of the busiest weekends leading up to Christmas, Help Harry Help Others was selling bracelets at the Bullring shopping centre in Birmingham.  We were joined by Harry’s chum Ed James from Heart FM’s breakfast show West Midlands who asked some of his radio pals to get involved too, including Tom Ross from BRMB.  The weekend was a great success with thousands of bracelets sold and thousands of pounds raised for brain tumour research - £4620 to be exact!  We are glad so many Brummies will now be wearing one of Harry’s bracelets with pride.   
     
    A huge thank you to Ed James, the Bullring and all those who helped the weekend come together.  We’d also like to thank Goldsmiths jewellers for donating a £250 designer watch to the raffle.
     
    T4 Stars
    Help Harry Help Others went to T4 Stars of 2011 on Sunday 11 December 2011 where we were trying to get as many music acts and celebrities as possible to wear Harry’s campaign bracelets.
     
    Some of you may have seen the picture of Tom and Nathan from the Wanted on @harry_moseley, and we also got Pixie Lott, Ed Sheeran & Matt Cardle to show their support too!
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    November 2011

    Published on: 01 Nov 2011

     

    We are extremely sorry for the delay many of you have had in receiving your bracelets. We experienced a three week delay in getting our bead delivery after Harry passed away, so our very small team have been desperately trying to make up the thousands of bracelets needed since receiving them. 
     
    We really hate to make you wait, but we are so grateful for your support and helping us achieve Harry’s dream of getting people across the whole country wearing one of his bracelets.
     
    Thank you for your patience.
     
    Diving for Harry
    On Tuesday 22 November, Ollie and James Phelps jumped 15,000 feet out of a plane in memory of Harry. 
     
    This officially launched DivingForHarry which is the latest of the "ActivitiesForHarry" initiatives which will hopefully inspire more of Harry’s supporters to do their own Harry fundraising!
     
    Please show your support for Ollie and James by sponsoring them online. For every £500 raised, Ollie and James will post a new photo of their plight.
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    October 2011

    Published on: 06 Oct 2011

     

    Hi everyone,
     
    Heartbreaking news from Harry’s mum on twitter “Saddest day of our lives. 8.30am tomorrow we take Harry home to spend his last hours/days with us. So so sad my boys journey is ending x” - Thursday 6 October
     
    It has been 12 weeks since Harry had an operation to reduce the size of his brain tumour, but sadly he hasn’t woken up since. Doctors operated on Harry back in August and managed to reduce the size of his tumour by 50%, but unfortunately the tumour grew back bigger than before. Over the past 12 weeks Harry has been fighting hard, he’s had 2 brain operations, thrombosis on the brain, chemotherapy, a blood transfusion and been in ICU twice.
     
    Now more than ever, we are asking the general public to get behind Harry’s campaign to raise a huge sum of money for brain tumour research so that others don’t have to go through what he has. It’s his wish for people up and down the country to wear his beaded bracelets with pride.
     
    There are lots of ways that you can support Harry including:
     
     
    Every penny makes a real difference and knowing that you are supporting him in this difficult time will mean the world to Harry and his family.
     
    Thanks so much for all your support.
    Cancer Research UK and the Help Harry Help Others team
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    July 2011

    Published on: 01 Jul 2011

     

    July has been a bit of a crazy month, there were loads of events that I wanted to go to but I was feeling really poorly and have been going in and out of hospital. I’ve just had an operation to get rid of some of the fluid on my brain and now I’m just waiting to have another one on my tumour but I have to wait for some bleeding to stop first.
     
    I’m really disappointed that I couldn’t go to all the events I planned as I hate letting people down, but I’m still doing my best to help others so that people don’t have to go through what I have.
     
    For now though, check out this new video with Steven Gerrard talking about my bracelets…..
     
    In February 2011, the England Football team have chosen to donate all their match fees to Cancer Research UK for the next four years and Help for Heroes. I was invited by them to do a speech to Frank Lampard and John Terry. I was very proud and took lots of my England Bracelets. They were both really nice. Me, my mum and my brother had our photos taken with them, got given signed football shirts and the England team signed my very own story book that I wrote. I hope I raised lots of awareness of how people like me need people to support Cancer Research UK.
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    June 2011

    Published on: 01 Jun 2011

     

    June has been an action packed month for me. Thanks to everyone I've met who's helped me spread the word about my campaign.
     
    My schools initiative
    I visited Aspire Sports in Birmingham to tell their staff my story. They are a company who hope to get more kids taking part in and enjoying sports at school. 
     
    Everyone loved my campaign so they are going to spread the word about Help Harry Help Others to all the schools they visit.
     
    Selling my bracelets in Chelsmey Wood
    Time to spread some Harry love! I sat outside Asda all day from 9.00am – 5.00pm making and selling my bracelets and handing out my posters.
     
    The weather wasn’t great as it was very cold and it didn’t stop raining but I had amazing support from everyone I met. Their kind words really keep me going in my campaign. 
     
    For all those that missed me - don’t worry - I will be back!
     
    Visiting schools in Darlington
    How exciting... a trip to Duncan Bannatyne - one of my heroes home town!
     
    I visited three schools while I was there – Dodmire Primary School, Firthmoor School and Heathfield Primary School. I got to tell loads of people about Help Harry Help Others. Everyone loved my campaign and asked loads of questions at the end of my talk.  
     
    The kids are all busy selling my bracelets now and more importantly about 900 more people know about Help Harry Help Others.  
     
    Cycle for Life – Epsom
    I’d like to say a huge thank you to Ian Trigg and everyone who took part in a charity event Cycle for Life that they did to raise money for Help Harry Help Others.
     
    I was really sorry I couldn’t be there to support them but I hear they had a fantastic time and I love all the photos from the day!
     
    Stratford Forum and Stratford Grammar School
    I was really pleased to be invited by a twitter friend to come and tell my story at a breakfast meeting at Stratford College.
     
    After a really early start of 4.30am and a fab breakfast I gave my presentation to a packed room. Everyone loved it and were really keen to get involved with campaign.
     
    Next stop was Stratford Grammar School for Girls where I gave my presentation to Year 12. I was the only boy in the school – how great is that!
     
    Everyone said they wanted to support me and are looking into having a “Harry day” in September to fundraise for my campaign.
     
    A big thank you to Jonathon Smith from Twitter for organising this for me.
     
    Kingshurst Scouts Group
    Help Harry Help Others has grown so much that I need help to make more bracelets!
     
    It’s really important that my bracelets are made with love, by people and for people affected by cancer in some way.
     
    I went to talk to the Kingshurst Scouts Group about my campaign so that they can help me make bracelets for all the events, shops and Country Fairs I’ll be going to.
     
    Get involved
    You can support my campaign Help Harry Help Others by buying my bracelets, following me on Twitter and joining my Facebook group.
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    29 May - Bullring Birmingham

    Published on: 29 May 2011

    Well I couldn’t attend the Bullring yesterday as I was in London but today I was selling my bracelets at the Dolls House Fashion Show. I have always wanted to sell my bracelets in the Bullring so was really excited. We were in a shop that was only open for competition winners and VIPS. I got to spread some Harry love and make people aware of Help Harry Help Others.

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    28 May - London Zoo

    Published on: 28 May 2011

     

    WOW what a day! I was invited to Cancer Research UK’s Little Stars Party which was sponsored by T K MAXX. It was a day of fun for me and my dad at London Zoo while my mum went to the Bullring to sell bracelets as we were double booked. There was a party and Stacey Solomon was there along with Laura Hamilton from Dancing on Ice. 
     
    I took loads of bracelets for the other families with kids with cancer too. Then dad and I got to go round the zoo. I thought mum had come to surprise me but it was a monkey! Thank you Cancer Research UK and TK MAXX for a great day.
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    27 May - Surprise local launch at my school

    Published on: 27 May 2011

    Today I was giving a talk to my school and local community about my campaign ... well, that’s what I thought!!! The hall was packed and people were standing in the corridors to watch. Then to my amazement in walked Tom Ross from BRMB, after talking about me he then introduced Michael Johnson who used to play for the blues, Ian Taylor from Aston Villa and then the Weasley twins from Harry Potter. 
     
    It was truly amazing and they were all wearing my bracelets. Also @Art_by_Jo was there and she presented me with a fab painting that she had done of me and she also gave me the copyright so that I can use it for my campaign. The surprise was all organised by Brain Martin a special friend of mine on twitter. Alison Delaney from Virgin Media also came too to support me. It was just great and a really nice surprise.
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    26 May - Newsround Interview at my house

    Published on: 26 May 2011

    Wow a day with no travelling! At my launch in London, Newsround came to take some shots but wanted to come and film me at my house and interview me. It was really fun and I enjoyed doing it. 
     
    It all took place in my ‘Harley House’ which is what I bought when I won Britain’s Kindest Kid in 2009. It was so that I had a special place in memory of my friend Robert and somewhere I could work on my campaign. It was great to have some publicity for Help Harry Help Others and I hope all the kids that watched it enjoyed it too.
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    25 May - Speech at European Tour golfers Wives Association

    Published on: 25 May 2011

    Another trip to Wentworth today to give one of the most important speeches I have delivered. I dedicated this speech in memory of Seve and for those who haven’t seen it it is on Youtube. 
     
    I talked to the wives about how important it is that they support the Seve Ballesteros Foundation. I told them about my brain tumour and what it was like to have treatment. I sold bracelets that day and donated all the money raised to the Seve Ballesteros Foundation. I hope I made Seve proud! 
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    23 May - Ole Seve at Wentworth

    Published on: 23 May 2011

    In December when I spoke at Viva La Vida the CEO of Wentworth was there and he invited me for a fun day that they were having for Seve. As I didn’t get the chance to meet Seve in December, I’d hoped that today would be the day but sadly with his passing it’s never going to happen. It was a strange day – on one hand it was really fun but also very sad. I was fond of Seve and will always support the Seve Ballesteros Foundation whenever I can.  
     
    I was spoilt rotten by Kent Pietsch the Captain and driven around Wentworth in his red buggy. I had my photos taken with all the European golfers and was also given a signed flag. I got kitted out in their shop and was given my very own putter too. 
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    12 May - Launch of Help Harry Help Others partnership with Cancer Research UK

    Published on: 12 May 2011

    Today was all about Help Harry Help Others and it couldn’t have been more special. Robert’s wife and close friends came as well as some companies who want to support my campaign.  Gary and Danielle Lineker came to support me too. 
     
    My mate Ben Shepherd was the host at the event which was held at the fabulous Kensington Hotel. I can’t believe he gave up time for me! I told my story about why I started Help Harry Help Others and everyone got to know about Robert. Cancer research UK gave a speech about how important their work is too.
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    12 May - Launch of Help Harry Help Others partnership with Cancer Research UK

    Published on: 12 May 2011

    Today was all about Help Harry Help Others and it couldn’t have been more special. Robert’s wife and close friends came as well as some companies who want to support my campaign.  Gary and Danielle Lineker came to support me too. 
     
    My mate Ben Shepherd was the host at the event which was held at the fabulous Kensington Hotel. I can’t believe he gave up time for me! I told my story about why I started Help Harry Help Others and everyone got to know about Robert. Cancer research UK gave a speech about how important their work is too.
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    10 May - Speech to 500 Cancer Research UK Staff

    Published on: 10 May 2011

    Three days in London – just loved it! Today I spoke to 500 members of staff from Cancer Research UK about my illness, my campaign and also about what’s happened to us as a family since my diagnosis. My speech went really well and I got a standing ovation.

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    5 May - Radio Interview with Tom Ross at BRBM

    Published on: 05 May 2011

    Tom Ross invited me, Harry Moseley, to go on his show. It was truly amazing! I told Tom all about my campaign and why I started it, he asked loads of questions which I think I answered really well. I know I made him laugh too. 

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    Feb 2011 - England Football Federation

    Published on: 01 Feb 2011

    The England Football team have chosen to support Cancer Research UK for the next four years, alongside Help for Heroes throughout 2011, by donating all their match fees etc to the two charities. I was invited to give a speech to Frank Lampard and John Terry so I told them my story. They were both really nice but I have to say I think John Terry is really cool. We had our picture taken with them, got signed football shirts and the whole team signed the story book I’ve written. I hope I raised a lot of awareness for Cancer Research UK

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    Feb 2011- X Factor

    Published on: 01 Feb 2011

    I was amazed that I managed to get me tickets to see X Factor Live at the NIA. Not only did I get to see a concert but I got to meet all the finalists backstage. I worked really hard and made them all bracelets and wrote them a special letter. They were fab. One Direction, Matt Cardle, Aiden Grimshaw and Cher Lloyd were my favourites. They all wore my bracelets on stage and Matt and Mary gave me a mention during a show. I had a fab day.

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    Apr 2011 - Website goes live

    Published on: 04 Jan 2011

    So proud that thanks to Sarah Moss Designs and Cancer Research UK, my new website and branding are finally live! Been working so hard behind the scenes with stuff for my website and been so frustrated that I couldn’t move Help Harry Help Others forward until this was complete. Watch this space because now Help Harry Help Others is going to be massive! This is for all people with brain tumours.

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    Dec 2010 - The Seve Ballesteros Foundation

    Published on: 01 Dec 2010

    I was asked by the famous golfer, Seve Ballesteros, to speak at his first annual event VIVA LA VIDA (‘Live the Life’). I was honoured to be asked and went to London to speak to around 500 people. Ben Shephard and Di Stewart were the hosts and were so cool and I was sat next to Sir Bobby Moore’s wife Stephanie who was lovely. Before I made my speech, a video message was played from Seve who was sadly too ill to travel, then Seve’s nephew Ivan made an emotional speech which made me upset during mine.  I came away more determined than ever to work hard with Help Harry Help Others. Amazingly, I helped to raise £53,000 for the Seve Ballesteros Foundation through pledges.

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    Aug 2010 - Cancer Research UK video pitch for Comet

    Published on: 01 Aug 2010

    In August last year, my consultant, Dr. Andrew Peet, asked me to take part in a video pitch for Comet to tell them what it’s like to have a brain tumour, how important my doctor is and the value of his work and research. I am very pleased to say that the video generated backing from Comet and as a result, Cancer Research UK won approximately $400,000 over the next two years. Thank you Comet for supporting brain tumour research projects.

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  • Harry's Heroes

    Harry's Heroes

    Welcome to Harry’s Heroes, a very special place for very special people!

    This is where those who want to go that extra mile to support HelpHarryHelpOthers can register and buy our Harry’s Heroes packs (£30 incl VAT) and then go on to fundraise for us, and support their own communities at the same time.

    By buying a pack you get the chance to make your own bracelets to offer to the public, and once you have covered the cost of the pack from their donations you can then donate the proceeds back to HelpHarryHelpOthers to help us in our efforts, or split it between us and other initiatives you want to support.

    Once you have registered you can then login in with your own special password, update us on how you are getting on and post your photos for others to see.

    This is a chance for those who want to make a real difference to help us in our efforts!


  • Schools Initiative

    Get Enterprising

    Harry designed the initiative himself specifically with Kids in mind to help teach them and get them excited at the same time.  The scheme also allows for the School’s themselves to fundraise for themselves, retaining 25% of all profits, as well as helping raise vital funds to help spread “Harry love” to all those children suffering with Cancer.

    The Schools Enterprise Initiative can be run as simple or as in depth as you want, with support from our professional Enterprise partners, or independently by the school. Either way it is a great way to help develop business skills and confidence with children, whilst fundraising for the school and HelpHarryHelpOthers.

    1)      HelpHarryHelpOthers works with a specialist Enterprise company to ensure each school has all the support it needs. If you would like to enquire about the fully guided Enterprise package please email us at schools@hhho.org.uk

    2)      Alternatively you may wish to run the initiative yourselves. A school would purchase a ‘Harry’s Heroes’ kit (£30 incl VAT) which would contain:-

    • Enough beads and string to make at least 100 bracelets (depending on size)
    • A copy of Harry’s power point presentations
    • A “How to” guide
    • Bracelet making instructions
    • 1 sample bracelet for quality
    • Option to buy additional bracelet materials (£20 incl VAT per 100 bracelets)

    PLEASE NOTE THE INITIAL COST IS RECOVERED FIRST. Profits from donations are then split between the school (25%) and HelpHarryHelpOthers (75%)

    To register your school to take part independent of our Enterprise partners please email schools@hhho.org.uk or Click Here to run the scheme yourself. 

     


  • Contact Us

    For written correspondence or cheque donations please write to:
    Help Harry Help Others
    Cancer Support Drop in Centre
    189 Meadway
    Stechford
    Birmingham
    B33 8NB
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