Oliver Phelps attends Harry Moseley charity ball launch
Oliver Phelps was a guest recently at an event that launched an upcoming charity ball in memory of Harry Moseley. It was announced at the event, which took place at Harvey Nichols in London, that the Harry Moseley charity ball would be hosted by British TV presenters Jeremy Kyle and Ben Shepherd.
Oliver, and his brother James, have both supported the charity in the past. Earlier this year, they both took part in a charity soccer game, and Oliver is an ambassador for the charity. Back in 2012, Oliver shared his own personal story about Harry.
The ball will be put on in memory of Harry, who would have been age 15 days before the event. The ball, which will take place February 20, will raise money for Harry’s charity, Help Harry Help Others, which aids brain cancer research, the disease from which Harry sadly passed away nearly three years ago.
Harry’s mother, Georgina said,
I just wanted to do the best for Harry; also for those who have still got that hope.
It’s very important the charity is run from the heart. I’m just ecstatic at the help we’ve been able to give people.
Tickets are currently available for the ball. You can find out more about Harry Moseley, his charity, how you can get involved, and the ball here.