Shredall SDS Group is pleased to announce that the team had the pleasure of supporting the Harley Jae Trust this Easter, bringing some Easter cheer to the paediatric critical care unit at the QMC in Nottingham.
About the Harley Jae Trust
The Harley Jae Trust was founded in 2006, established for Harley Jae Blanchard-Rafter. Harley was born with a rare neurological condition, resulting in significant and multiple learning difficulties, severe epilepsy and physical disability. Harley’s condition meant that he needed high level medical care, therapy treatment and equipment to give him the best possible opportunity to thrive and maintain a good quality of life.
In honour of Harley, the trust aims to provide essential equipment to children with “life-limiting and life-changing conditions”. The trust also makes essential donations to schools, children’s hospices and hospital wards.
A visit from the Easter bunny
Shredall SDS Group supported The Harley Jae Trust by donating easter eggs to the paediatric critical care unit at QMC Nottingham. The children were met with the Easter bunny delivering gifts and Easter eggs. Of course, the children and families were delighted, smiling ear-to-ear, which made the visit all the more worthwhile.
We are deeply moved by the trust’s work and the tireless dedication of its members and volunteers to ensure that the young children are happy, supported and well cared for.
How you can support
You can support the Harley Jae Trust in a number of ways such as planning or supporting a fundraising event. As well as regularly making donations or making a one-off donation. You can also wear their badge with pride and in solidarity with their hard efforts. It's also a great way to start conversations and spark dialogue about the important work they are doing.