Unit 3. 170-180 Carlton Road, Nottingham NG3 2BB

0115 784 3031 | info@theharleyjaetrust.org

Registered Charity No: 1160377

Support Us

The Harley Jae Trust relies on donations and sponsorship as one of our main funding streams. Without your help we would not be able to support children with life limiting and life changing conditions. Our hope is to be able to continue to support the children in Nottingham’s Paediatric Critical Care Unit (PCCU) for many years to come, but we need your help to do so.

There are many ways for you to get involved with our charity.

Help us raise awarenessthe harley jae trust logo

Raising awareness of our charity is one of the most important aspects of spreading the word about what we do, which is why it’s at the top of our list. We regularly update our social media sharing photos and updates, and talking to other charities and people supporting our work.

Like our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter and Instagram, and share our pages as much as you can. One share could lead to 10 donations. Social media is very powerful and it doesn’t cost a penny!

Create your own fundraising event

Planning your own event gives you the freedom to choose how you want to raise funds for the charity. events 11We’ve had people climb mountains, arrange golf tournaments and even had someone shave their hair off! It could literally be anything that people would be willing to sponsor you for.

Arranging your own event, regardless of size, needs plenty of planning and you need to be quite pro-active when coming up with ways to raise money for it. You can make it as fun as you want and often people find these experiences very rewarding.

If you are interested in arranging an event, we can help and support you to do so. Contact us to find out more information. We’d love to hear from you.

Join one of our planned events

We plan events every year and anyone and everyone is welcome to join. We sometimes plan our own trips such as the National 3 Peaks Challenge, or we join other events such as the Robin Hood Marathon or The Rat Race and compete as a team.

If you would like to join in with one of our events, contact us to for more information.events 3

Sponsor our supporters

We have lots of supporters who are out there every year taking part in various challenges to raise money and awareness of our charity. Keep up to date with our supporters by liking our Facebook page. If you see someone who you admire, why not sponsor them?!

Donations

If you’d like to make a donation to The Harley Jae Trust, you can do so directly on the Golden Giving site – click on ‘Single donation’ at the top of the page, and then enter the amount you would like to give plus your details and payment information. If you are a UK tax payer, please make sure that you check the ‘Gift Aid’ box as we get an extra 20% from the government if you do.

If you would like to give regularly, then you can do this by setting up a regular standing order payment – choose the ‘regular payment’ option at the top of the page and follow the set up instructions.

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Our Story

The Harley Jae Trust was established in 2006 as a trust fund for our little boy, Harley Jae Blanchard-Rafter. He was born with a very rare neurological condition that left him with profound and multiple learning difficulties, severe epilepsy and physically disabled. You can find out more about Harley on our ‘About Harley’ Page. Harley’s […]

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What We Do

The Harley Jae Trust has been created to help children with life limiting conditions and their families both in the community and in hospital settings. As we grow as an organisation we will be launching different appeals to help us achieve our goals. The Long Term Ventilation Team (LTV) at Nottingham’s Children’s Hospital Our first aim is […]

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About Harley

Our little boy Harley Jae suffered from a rare neurological condition known as pontocerebellar hypoplasia type six. During his life he was one of only two children in the world with this condition. This diagnosis left Harley with severe uncontrolled epilepsy, global developmental delay and learning difficulties. When he was four months old, he was rushed […]

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Support Us

The Harley Jae Trust relies on donations and sponsorship as one of our main funding streams. Without your help we would not be able to support children with life limiting and life changing conditions. Our hope is to be able to continue to support the children in Nottingham’s Paediatric Critical Care Unit (PCCU) for many […]

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