Good luck to super sibling Harry, from Wiltshire, who is fundraising for us again!
He's taking on the national Three Peaks Challenge from 20th October in memory of his baby brother Reuben and to raise money for Julia's House children's hospice and Naomi House & Jacksplace. Harry, from Larkhill in Wiltshire, plans to climb the three highest peaks of England, Scotland and Wales with his dad Sean over three days.
At just nine years old, Harry has now raised an incredible £95k with his adventures - from taking on hospice hikes and Yorkshire peaks, to racing around the moon and giving out gifts dressed as Father Christmas!
He's such a fundraising star that he was recently recognised as 'Young Hero' at The Sun's Who Cares Wins Awards, receiving praise for his "remarkable" achievements from the judges and Prime Minister Rishi Sunak.
Completing the Three Peaks is particularly special to Harry because it's a decade since his mum and dad took on the same challenge in memory of Harry's older sister Olivia, who he never met.
Harry's brother and sister were both born with the same incredibly rare condition that causes brain deterioration. Doctors are still learning about the condition and before Reuben was born the family were told that 'lightning wouldn't strike twice.' Sadly, Reuben died just before Christmas 2021, aged two years old.
Since then, Julia's House has continued to be by the family's side and Harry still enjoys regular outings with his Sibling Worker, Tracey.
Mum Sophie says, "Harry loves his visits from Tracey! Last time she came, they did a science experiment with cola and mints in the garden. It's like she's family. Harry's in his safe place with Tracey and can completely be himself."
Sophie added, "I'm not sure if Harry will ever stop fundraising. I think it helps him grieve and I think it helps us too. Harry saw first-hand the love and care Reuben received from his nurses and carers at Julia's House and Naomi House & Jacksplace. It's so important for Harry and for all of us to know that we're helping other families like ours."
Please donate to Harry's fundraising challenge and share your good luck messages at his JustGiving page.