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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.