The Harley Jae Trust.
Since 2015 Footsteps to Futures Ltd based in Nottinghamshire has supported The Harley Jae Trust as their charity business partner.
The Harley Jae Trust has raised over £180,000 since it was opened by chairman Joseph Rafter as a tribute to his son Harley Jae who suffered from a rare neurological condition, Harley was one of only two children in the entire world to have the condition at this time.
A bit about The Harley Jae Trust…
The trust was set up in 2006 to support Harley with vital medical equipment that was required to aid his development and make his life more comfortable.
On February 22nd 2013 Harley Jae sadly passed away and The Harley Jae Trust became a registered charity so that they could provide equipment to children at the Paediatric Critical Care Unit at the Queens Medical Centre, Nottingham.
Recently, the trust has purchased items such as Bugaboo pushchairs, which have allowed children that have never left the hospital to finally go home and most recently, iPads to further develop the incredible skills of the workers on the ward.
Charity Ball – Tom Browns, Nottingham
Equinox24 – Belvoir Castle, Nottinghamshire
Warrior Assault – Holme Pierrepoint, Nottingham
The Harley Jae Cup – Friday 13th September 2019
Equinox24 – 21st/22nd September 2019
If you would like to support The Harley Jae Trust, you can visit their website here.
One of the biggest ways you can support The Harley Jae trust is by giving them a follow on social media.
Find their Facebook page here.
And their Instagram account here.