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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:

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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
    The Harley House
    197 Church Road
    Yardley
    Birmingham
    B25 8UR
    To donate over the phone or to speak with us please:
    call: 0121 244 6149
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  • Thank you for making it happen

    This is a special thank you to all our supporters, fundraisers, donators, and the amazng companies that have each selflessly gone that extra mile to Help Harry Help Others.


    Your continued efforts are the driving force behind Help Harry Help Others and are contributing to the funding of vital brain cancer research and help and support for family unforunate to be going through the journey.

    Thank you for #MakingItHappen


    from all at Team Harry