"An effort made for the health and happiness of others lifts us above ourselves"
At Stonefern we make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give. The team at stonefern are very proud to be involved and help "Harrisons Fund' in every way we can.
Creative Director Mark Foster
We're supporting Harrison's Fund because we love its positivity and energy. The Founders were hit by such devastating news, but instead of shutting down and wondering why it happened to them, they did just the opposite. They set up a charity and set about raising money to help fund research to find a cure. They're helping to beat Duchenne, which will help thousands of young boys.
The enthusiasm of all those involved in the charity to 'make time' is contagious, their positivity infectious. In providing day-to-day media support, we at Camberton hope we will be able to help Harrison's Fund achieve their goal and fight the challenges ahead.
Camberton MD Mark Davies
As parents of young children ourselves we felt an immediate connection with the Harrison's Fund charity. Harrison lives in Cobham and attends a local primary school just like our children do. The difference is that Harrison is suffering from a life limiting disease called Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. A disease which has no treatment, no cure and is 100% fatal. Harrison will be lucky to reach his early twenties. LMC want to help Harrison's Fund raise awareness and vital funds to help eradicate Duchenne. You can help too.
ABC is proud to be supporting Harrison's Fund this year. After meeting Alex and hearing all about his son Harrison and Alex's determination to find a cure for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy we felt inspired to help. We are going to donate a percentage of our profit from Facial Aesthetics to Harrison's Fund and raise the profile of the charity.
Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy is an aggressive disease. It's the most common fatal genetic disorder to affect children around the world. If you've got it, you can't produce dystrophin, a protein you need to build up your muscles. As a result, every muscle in the body deteriorates. At the moment there is no cure
Salterns Marina is the organiser and home to the Sandbanks Boat Show. This family owned business has been personally affected by this tragic muscle wasting disease and has given their full backing to support Harrison's Fund.
"This is a terribly cruel debilitating disease and has deeply moved us as a family. We hope to raise the profile of the charity to help fund research and bring hope for a future without the disease"
Managing Director John Smith
"We were thrilled to have the opportunity to design an identity and tone of voice for Harrison's Fund."
Duchenne is a devastatingly destructive illness and we wanted our design to reflect the true values of the Harrison's Fund charity, that of positive determination, upbeat energy and fun, despite the seriousness of its cause. It is imperative that resource is allocated to research the disease to enable a treatment and a cure to be found
Managing Director Darren Foley
The Christmas Fair at Ascot Racecourse on 15-17 November is delighted to support Harrison's Fund. I was shocked to discover that Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy is the biggest genetic killer of children worldwide and touched to the core when I saw sufferer Harrison's video. It's a race against time to find a cure so if we can help fund that in any small way through this event... let's do it!
Noelle Walsh - Director, The Value For Money Comp
"I am pleased to support the work of Harrison's Fund, who are determined to find a cure for Duchenne"
Dinah Liversidge MD
"Rynew Property Management have been deeply moved by young Harrison's story and the dedication of his parents to find a cure. Together, we hope we can help raise the profile of Harrisons Fund, and help them find the investment needed to end the suffering of these young children"
Desmond Moriera MD
"PoppetUniverse wants to make a difference to Harrison and children like him. We are inspired by the Smith family - not least of all Harrison. So, what did we do? We #maketime and created an App - Harrison's Super Eco Robot, with the help of Harrison, his friends and supporters. Why should you download? Because we will donate 70% of the money we receive from the App to Harrison's Fund. Download, engage and know that you will be fighting DMD. Plus Harrison's Super Eco Robot is a fun, (silent!) amazing App. With your help we can make a difference... happy swiping!"
Schehrezade Davidson and Emma Alcock - Directors, PoppetUniverse Limited
"The established IKEA Nottingham East Midlands Baby and Toddler Show is ran by LRK Events who are proud to be involved in supporting such a fantastic cause. They like to help 'make a difference' however small and from this have been working hard to promote their annual Show, raising as much money as they can for Harrison's Fund along the way. This year, for every paying adult attending the Show, 50p from the £5 ticket will go directly to Harrison's Fund so please come along to a fun filled 'family' day out and support this worthwhile Charity. LRK Events wish Alex and Donna lots of luck and love in their future fundraising events - fantastic work so far!!"
Tina Leeland - Director, LRK Events
"'Re-wrapped' are proud to be able to help support Harrison and others like him with a hope that medical research will come up with a cure for such a degenerative and heart breaking disease."
Annie & Tracy - Director, Re-wrapped
"Every once in a while you see a cause where you feel you can really help and make a difference." Alex and Donna are an inspiration and we simply want to help Harrison in any way we can. We're proud to be involved. Make Time!
CEO Scott Meikle
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