The Henry Allen Trust lock up, which holds future raffle prizes and gifts for poorly children in Milton Keynes has been destroyed.
The charity was devastated to discover their warehouse on Barton Road in Bletchley had been subjected to an investation. The lock up held future funds for the charity including soft toys and gifts for poorly children in Milton Keynes.
The Henry Allen Trust was set up in memory of Henry Allen, to create a lasting legacy and bring 'Henry's Happiness' to families battling childhood cancer. Henry Allen was just two when he was diagnosed with Stage 4 High Risk Neuroblastoma, an aggressive childhood cancer that affects nerve tissue.
Despite treatment Henry's condition deteriorated. Henry wanted to come home and his family spent their last days together making memories and talking about Henrys wishes. This included helping other children and families affected by childhood cancer.
The Henry Allen Trust is about "Henry's family bringing happiness to your family". This is achieved in a number of ways including; providing treats and wishes to create special memories for families affected by childhood cancer, providing support and advice for families battling childhood cancer and improving processes for oncology services within hospitals
The charity is appealing to the local community for any unwanted new toys, teddies, gifts and raffle prizes as they try to build their stock up again.
If you can help in any way please contact The Henry Allen Trust here.