Henry Allen Trust partner with The Rollerboys to support families battling childhood cancer

Milton Keynes based charity, The Henry Allen Trust are delighted to announce that The Rollerboys have joined Team Henry as Patrons and ambassadors of Henry’s Legacy.

The Henry Allen Trust was formed after Henry Allen, aged just 4 years, said that he wanted to help other children with cancer.

During the current Covid-19 pandemic The Henry Allen Trust and Team Henry have not stopped working to support hospitals, children, teens, young adults and their families shielding from the virus.

Families are unable to leave their house due to the risk of infection and many struggled to secure home delivery slots to get essentials.

Team Henry and The Rollerboys made some very special doorstep drops to local families of fresh produce and essentials along with a few additional treats. The Rollerboys delivered these on their skates and then gave a mini performance to the families while adhering to government guidance and social distancing.

Dawn Allen, Director of The Henry Allen Trust, said, “Having the support of Michael and the Rollerboys means the world and has enabled Team Henry to give families an extra little treat while they are shielding and staying safe at home. Seeing the smiles and happiness on the families faces means so much to all of us.”

Michael Quinn, Michael Quinn Productions and Rollerboy, said, “When we heard about The Henry Allen Trust and saw Henry’s smile and story, we knew instantly that we wanted to help in anyway we could. Seeing the work Dawn, Team Henry and the trust do is just incredible and to work alongside and be part of such an amazing charity is an honour.”

To help spread some Henry’s Happiness you can Text THAT4 £2 to 70470 or for more information on how you can get involved please contact us using the details below.

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