Harry and his family are supported by their local children’s hospice, Little Havens.
"Harry has developmental delay and Mitochondrial Disease which affects his muscles, central nervous system and brain. His parents were told that Harry would probably not live past his first birthday and would be unable to sit up, walk, talk or eat, and the family were prepared for the worst.
What I find nice about it is you’ve got a mixture of things there, there’s the swimming pool, multi-sensory room, ball pool, messy play area, Georgia, Harry’s sister, goes to Krafty Kids and me and Steve can chat to other families and find out their experiences. Having somewhere like Little Havens where you can go whatever the answer is or whatever happens is just fantastic - to know you have that support. On top of all the other horrible and stressful things we may have to deal with, it’s been really positive for all of us and I’m so glad we found it."
Donna, Harry’s Mum
Each Hobbycraft store is partnered with their nearest children’s hospice, meaning that local families directly benefit from money raised locally.