When five-year-old Harry Shaw died from Ewing's sarcoma earlier this summer, his parents Charlotte and James were determined to do what they could to attract funding into this form of sarcoma.
'We can't let Harry die without doing something to try and ensure other little Harrys don't go through the same thing'.
'Our understanding of Ewing's sarcoma is particularly poor', says Richard Davidson, Chief Executive of Sarcoma UK, 'so we need to find answers to what the best treatments are, how to spot it earlier and ultimately to find cures for the condition'.
'Sarcoma UK has been blown away by Harry's Giant Pledge and the work that James and Charlotte have done, to raise not only money but also raise awareness', says Richard Davidson on BBC South East.
One of Harry's favourite expressions during chemotherapy was 'Let's just get it done'. The Shaw family are doing just that.
Main image: Shaw Family