Georgie Moseley from Help Harry Help Others visits our pop-up shop
February 9, 2018 / Sharnie Carter
Georgie Moseley, from Birmingham-based charity Help Harry Help Others, dropped by to say hello to us at our pop-up shop.
The pop-up shop, at Birmingham’s Bullring, was launched this week as part of our #StudyYourWay campaign, and is driving awareness of studying online, at your own pace with Open Study College.
Since the beginning of the year we’ve been working with our staff and students to raise money for Help Harry Help Others.
Help Harry Help Others was founded in 2009 by Harry Moseley, aiming to help support those with cancer and their families. Harry was 11 years old when he was diagnosed with a terminal brain tumour but did everything he could to help others in similar situations, and encourage others to join his journey to do the same.
It’s the familiar beaded bracelets that Harry created to raise money that the charity is well-known for. Identified as “unique bracelets hand made with love for all people with cancer”, Open Study College wears these with pride and continues to promote all the hard work that Help Harry Help Others does.
Georgie Moseley, Harry’s mother, continues to run the charity and push forward its initiative.
— harry’s mom #HHHO (@harry_moseley) February 8, 2018