Henry Busse, of Thorpe House School

Elizabeth’s Legacy of Hope first caught my attention, when my English teacher, Mrs Beevor, told me all the ways ELoH have helped children who are victims of tragic accidents causing them to have disabilities. Ever since I learnt about ELoH, I have donated all of the money I have saved up, to give amputees the possibility of receiving special medical care such as building their custom prothesis. I recently raised £250 by asking my family, friends and people I have met through my hobbies such as golf, to donate money to ELoH by informing them about how their donated money can change a child’s life and in return for their generosity, I have written everyone a letter thanking them for donating to this wonderful cause. ELoH supports children from all over the world who live in third world countries; I have witnessed first-hand how devastating these conditions can be. On my trip to Lebanon, I saw children living in poverty, who were affected by problems, which weren’t their fault. I think these children deserve a better life and should be given more opportunities, after all, they are the next generation. I am honoured to have been selected as a Young Ambassador for ELoH. I am extremely grateful to everyone who is supporting ELoH and to my family for encouraging me to give back to those less fortunate than myself. I am proud to be part of the amazing team at ELoH, which gives these children HOPE.”