Milton Keynes

Harry’s Rainbow – Children’s Grief Awareness Week

Harry’s Rainbow – Children’s Grief Awareness Week

Join us in raising awareness for local child bereavement charity Harry’s Rainbow by dressing in rainbow colours for Children’s Grief Awareness Week, from Monday 16th-23rd November. Harry’s Rainbow was founded after Odette Mould and husband Lee tragically lost their son, Harry Mould in 2009, leaving his twin sister Jessica without her sibling. After searching locally for their bereaved daughter to have some much-needed help and support, the closest was a 70-mile round trip to High Wycombe.

Odette Mould recognised the need for a service within the Milton Keynes area, so therefore in October 2011, Harry’s legacy, “Harry’s Rainbow” was born. Harry’s Rainbow is committed to supporting bereaved children and their families in the Milton Keynes and surrounding areas. They know how difficult it can be to help and support your children through their pain, grief and loss at the same time as trying to deal with your own. Therefore, they aim to support the children affected by the death of a very significant family member, such as a parent or sibling.

Please join us in raising vital awareness for this local charity by turning yourself rainbow colours on Children’s Grief Awareness Week and sharing photos and information with your networks. Email info@harrysrainbow.co.uk for further details.

If you can’t join in the dress-up, then you can donate here.

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