HHHOHypotonia-Hypomentia-Hypogonadism Obesity
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What's more, HHHO organises social activities at the centre while there is a crafts room and games room for visitors to enjoy some downtime.
HHHO was originally a campaign started by 11-year-old Harry Moseley from Birmingham, who died from cancer in 2011.
The money was raised during this summer's Dragonboat Festival at Brindleyplace, which saw 20 teams compete against each other in Chinese longboats along the canal at the waterside estate, and has now been given to HHHO, a charity set up in memory of 11-year-old Harry Moseley who fought tirelessly to help those living with cancer.
HHHO trustee Tim Andrews, managing director of Hollywood Monster, is organising the event, and said while he wanted to raise money for charity, he was hoping to see an impact on cycling take-up in the city.
Last year the Brindleyplacebased business raised PS33,118 for HHHO. Since the Dragonboat Festival started in 2000, Brindleyplace has raised an impressive PS350,000 for local charities, thanks to the support from all the participating businesses in Birmingham.
His supporters have continued to make the bracelets for HHHO after the schoolboy passed away.
This year's fundraising total will be split between HelpHarryHelpOthers (HHHO) and the National Advertising Benevolent Society (NABS).
This year's fundraising target of PS13,000 will be split between Help Harry Help Others (HHHO) and the National Advertising Benevolent Society.
St Andrew's hosted St Nicholas in an evening of fun and food at the stadium organised by charity Help Harry Help Others (HHHO).
Organised by the Birmingham Publicity Association (BPA), 100 people from various media outlets - including Free Radio, ITV and Hollywood Monster - took part in the 'Best of British' Quiz at Chung Ying Garden, helping to raise PS1,500 for HelpHarryHelpOthers (HHHO) and the National Advertising Benevolent Society (NABS).
A cheque for PS27,972 was handed to Stevan Jackson, CEO of The Mary Stevens Hospice, by founder and chairman of HHHO Georgie Moseley and MD of Hollywood Monster and Birmingham fundraiser Tim Andrews.
Following Harry's death last October, Andrews became a Trustee of HelpHarryHelpOthers (HHHO) - a charity set up by Harry's mum Georgie to continue her son's fundraising efforts.