Join the celebrities supporting #HopeForMoore campaign for mum-of-one Ashley Harris Moore

Celebrities have flooded Twitter with messages of support for Ashley Harris Moore, a mother-of-one, who has cystic fibrosis and is fighting for her life in hospital.

Friends have set up Ashley’s Next Breath #HopeForMoore, a social media campaign to encourage people to donate their organs, tell their family of their wishes and nominate friends to post photos of themselves holding #HopeForMoore signs.

And celebrities including Sam Bailey, Professor Green and Lorraine Kelly have flocked in show their support and encourage people to sign up to be an organ donor.

The long list of stars backing the campaign also includes Alison Hammond, Ben Shephard, Katie Piper, Matt Cardle, GBBO winner John Waite, Bobby Norris, Liz McCarnon, Gerard McCarthy, Piers Morgan, Matt Goss, Nadia Sawalha, Arlene Phillips, Elliott Wright, Suzanne Shaw, Natasha Hamilton, Will Kemp, James Lock, Sian Reeves, Jessica Wright and the cast of Casualty and Mrs Brown’s Boys.

Hunger Games actor Sam Claflin has also tweeted a message to raise awareness for the campaign, saying, ‘My family is proof – this works! Do it! everyone should be with me! Love and best Ashley.’

Strictly‘s Jeremy Vine also took time out of his busy dance schedule to take a moment for Ashley:

Ashley’s husband, Alastair, had written a heartfelt open letter to his wife encouraging her in her fight for her life, published in the Daily Mirror. In a poignant extract, he writes: ‘The agonising wait for donor organs is so incredibly frustrating – I just don’t want you to become part of the statistic that three people in the UK die every day waiting for an organ donor… But I still believe it will happen. I still believe in you, in the skill of the docotrs and nurses who care for you, and that the selfless decisions of a donor and their family will provide you with new lungs.’

Join the campaign now!

Join Ashley’s Next Breathe – and follow on Twitter @sayidonate
To sign the donor register visit organ or call 0300 123 2323
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