One Direction star gets behind Cancer Research UK cause
Harry Styles has joined a string of celebrities who share his name to support a campaign set up by a young boy who died of a brain tumour last year.
Harry Moseley established Help Harry Help Others before he passed away at the age of 11 last October in the hope of raising funds by making beaded bracelets for Cancer Research UK.
‘After being diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour, all Harry wanted to do was help others who were poorly like him to get better,’ says the One Direction star, 18.
‘By making bracelets and raising money for brain cancer research, Harry became an inspiration to me and many others.
‘I’m proud to be supporting Help Harry Help Others, so please help us keep his dream alive by wearing one of his bracelets in memory of this very special Harry.’
Other celebs who feature in the video include Cliff Richard, 71 – real name Harry Webb – and Harry Redknapp, 64.
‘I miss my boy every single day, but knowing his campaign is continuing gives me strength,’ says Harry Moseley‘s mum Georgie.
‘His dream was that one day everyone across the country would wear one of his bracelets with pride.
‘I hope that people will realise they can make a difference, and show their support by buying a bracelet and helping to raise more money for research into brain cancer.
‘If it means one less family has to go through what we did, it will be worth it.’
All money raised through the sale of Harry‘s bracelets goes to fund Cancer Research UK‘s work into the causes, diagnosis and treatment of brain cancer.
WATCH Harry Styles in the Help Harry Help Others video…