Annual report for the financial 2016-2017.

Throughout the second year of being a registered charity we saw a huge increase in support with fundraising events.

The goals we set for the year were;

  • To provide equipment that aids of relieves the symptoms of children that suffer with ill health due to a life limiting or life changing conditions
  • To provide equipment and support to medical units that enables them to provide high quality care for children with life limiting or life changing conditions
  • To raise awareness of life limiting conditions that affect children through promoting community involvement in fundraising initiatives

Fundraising events included;

  • Annual charity ball in March 2017
  • Christmas Present Dash in December 2016 – 30 children did a 2 mile walk to deliver presents to children with life limiting conditions in the Nottingham Children’s ward
  • An increase in public lead fundraising events, raising a phenomenal amount
  • Further social media and news campaigns increasing brand awareness
  • March 2016 – We provided a holiday for a child with life limiting conditions and his family
  • May 2016 – Seven friends took on the 12 miles Tough Mudder challenge raising over £3,000
  • August 2016 – We donated £14,000 to the Nottingham hospital to fund sensory and other equipment vital to their development and emotional wellbeing
  • September 2016 – A 13 year old girl single handedly organised a sporting event to enable her and five other students to climb Snowdon raising £2,700 for the charity
  • October 2016 – Received a famous shoutout from Olympic swimmer, Adam Peaty
  • November 2016 – Harley Jae Trust branded car hits the road
  • December 2016 – Harley Jae Trust provide Christmas decorations to the Paediatric Critical Care Unit at Nottingham Children’s Hospital
  • January 2017 – A total of nearly £2,000 was raised through independent fundraising events


Click here to view our full report: Annual report – 2016/17