The Harley Jae Trust is proud to be raising money for the BIG Appeal.

As part of the Nottingham Children’s Hospital BIG Appeal to raise £3million by 2019. The campaign is created by the Nottingham Hospitals Charity and Harley Jae Trust will be supporting it.

As part of the appeal, Nottingham Children’s Hospital is allowing the sponsorship of a number of their rooms. To sponsor the room, £10,000 needs to be raised to go towards redesigning it and re-updating it.

As the Harley Jae Trust is supporting this cause, once £10,000 has been raised for the room, it will officially be unveiled as the Harley Jae room. This further shows our support and dedication to children with lifelong and lifechanging illnesses who need the support of the charity.

Supporting this, the Harley Jae Trust is contributing to the fund that will improve the quality of the experiences that are had at the hospital, as well as allowing for an increase in the amount of state-of-the-art equipment that will be used.

Since we were founded in 2006, we have already been supporting the facilities in Queen’s Medical Centre and last year raised a record £14,000 for the Children’s Critical Care Unit. In December 2016, were also involved with a Present Dash in which we donated gifts to children in the care unit and decorated the ward to spread Christmas cheer.

As we continue our ongoing support for the Children’s Hospital at Queen’s Medical Centre, we are excited to raise the money that will allow one of the rooms to be named after the charity. More importantly, Harley’s name will be on a ward and he’s the one that inspired all of us at the Harley Jae Trust to continue to do what we do.

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