Keynote speaker:

Georgie Moseley

Georgie Moseley is one of the Midlands most inspirational women. Georgie is the mother of Sheldon schoolboy Harry Moseley who, despite fighting an inoperable brain tumour raised over £750,000 for cancer research in the last two years of his life before he passed away on 8th October 2011 aged just 11 years old.

Georgie has won West Midlands Woman of the Year 2013, been a torch bearer in Harrys honour, won Pride of Birmingham 2017. She also opened Birmingham’s first Drop in Cancer support centre of its kind which now helps over 760 adults and children affected by cancer.

Following Harry’s passing Georgie was frustrated by the lack of support in the community for families affected by Cancer. Georgie who still lives in Sheldon, set about making Harry’s campaign ‘HelpHarryHelpOthers’ become a registered charity and structured it around where her family through more support was needed. Harry inspired her to ‘believe in yourself and makeithappen’ and in Summary through all Georgie has created: –

  • Given £210,000 to fund vital research via its HelpCURE fund
  • Given £400,000 to families suffering financial hardship via its HelpCOPE fund
  • Given £560,200 to other charities via its HelpCARE fund which now supports our own Cancer Centre
  • Opened Birmingham’s first Drop in Cancer support centre of its kind offering over 20 services to support families in every aspect outside of treatment. This now helps over 760 adults and children affected by Any type of cancer
  • Renovated 4 houses with their own DIY SOS makeovers called ‘Respite Renovations’
  • Goes into Young offenders Institutes to help rehabilitate young people through Harrys Story
  • Established a schools social Enterprise which inspires primary school children via Harrys story and teaches them the basics of business
  • Established ‘HarryzYoungStarz Awards which recognises youngsters that go above and beyond being an average child
  • In summary helped over 1200 families and in 2019 HHHO went through it’s £1millionth of giving
  • Has won West Midlands Woman of the Year 2013, been a torch bearer in Harrys honour, won Pride of Birmingham 2017
  • Written a book on Harrys life and achievements
  • Has become a keynote speaker for businesses and events
  • Has recently been appointed to sit on NHS Child Expert Advisory Group and Birmingham & Solihull’s CCG Programme Board (voluntary role)
  • Is an Ambassador for Community Breast Care (Voluntary Role)

As a tiny charity with just four employees as of Jan 2019, as well as creating the vision for the charity and implimenting services, Georgie is responsible for keeping the pennies coming in. This has seen her do some crazy things including:-

  • Cycled Cornwall – Birmingham
  • Skydived
  • Bungee jumped both forwards and backwards from a crane
  • Abseiled down Northampton Lift Tower
  • Completed ‘Three peaks challenge’ twice in ten days
  • Climbed the Pyg trail of Snowdon ten times back to back over just 3 days
  • Roller skated for 16 hours in honour Harrys 16th Birthday
  • Completed endless charity walks (furthest being 26 miles)
  • HHHO currently hold a Guinness World Record for the world’s longest bracelet
  • Kayaked from London – Birmingham