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Dean Holden

Darts 4 Harry page

throwing Darts for 12 hours for Help Harry Help Others because I want to help towards finding a cure for cancer

214 %
raised of £500 target
by 25 supporters
  • Team members: Neil Warner, Help Harry Help Others Volunteers
  • Event: Darts 4 Harry, 15 Mar 2014

Help Harry Help Others

We help families going through Cancer to pay bills, and fund everyday items

Charity Registration No. 1147859


Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page.

Since I became involved with Help Harry Help Others I have wanted to do my part towards raising funds for the Charity, I have helped at other HHHO events but this is my way of helping to raise awareness of Brain Tumour & Cancer Research by doing one of the things I love best and that's playing darts continuosly for 12 hours in March 2014 at Birmingham International Train Station along with my colleague and friend Neil Warner who is also an avid darts player. We will also have a few of my friends from Help Harry Help Others to collect donations.

So put the date in your diary SATURDAY MARCH 15th,2014 from 8am to 8pm at Birmingham International Train Station, Bickenhill Lane, Solihull.

Come along and help me to help raise awareness....

 Read more about HHHO... << What it's all about 

"Harry's Story"

“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”.


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