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I decided 6 months ago to train for a half marathon and I basically didn't train drank like a fish and ate like a pig so I am still going to do the Death Valley half marathon in Nevada which is one of the toughest locations on earth. I  am looking for support to help the charity out ..... All donations are welcome and please support as I am currently weighing in at 19 and half stone and I'll be training twice a day at sugdens gym to get down as much weight to make it successful for everyone wish me luck .... All donations small or big please will help 

lots of love 

Sam 

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The Harley Jae Trust The Harley Jae Trust

The Harley Jae Trust was established in 2006 as a trust fund for a little boy called Harley Jae Blanchard-Rafter after being born with an extremely rare condition. His condition meant that he needed a high level of care which included medical care, therapies and equipment and he often needed long periods of care in hospital.  

Children who are medically stable but require long term complex care can be safely cared for at home. Unfortunately they often spend many months in hospital usually in an unsuitable clinical critical care area whilst their homecare package and discharge are being organised. Often these children have ongoing complex healthcare needs which require bespoke care packages, suitable housing, equipment, training and support for the child and family. As such, the national average length of stay for these children is between seven-nine months (NHS England).

The ultimate goal for the Harley Jae Trust is to support children with life limiting and life changing conditions by providing aid and relief in the form of facilities and equipment that will make their care more manageable and more comfortable and subsequently get them back home with their families.   

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