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The Harry Potter star has narrated a two-minute fundraising film for the charity Demelza Hospice Care for Children, which helps youngsters with terminal conditions from Kent, East Sussex and south east London to live a full life.

Radcliffe, who is currently starring in the play The Lifespan Of A Fact on Broadway, said: “Demelza is a charity very close to my heart, having been a supporter for many years now, and I jumped at the opportunity to voice this inspirational video.

“A short life should be the fullest of them all so please watch, share and donate to Demelza to help children with terminal conditions and their loved ones make the most of the precious time they have together.”

In the film, Radcliffe, who is a Demelza vice president, poses the question of what it means to live a full life.

#FullLife hashtag is shared on social media every day, but then he asks what it means for a child with a terminal condition.

He continues with the message that Demelza believes a short life should be the fullest of them all.

The film makes a play on other often-used social media hashtags such as #OOTD, #MeTime, #Love, #NoLimits and #Xmas, and what it means for the children that the charity cares for.

The actor has been a long-time supporter and donor to Demelza, which provides special care and emotional support for babies, children and teenagers with a terminal condition and for families facing the likelihood that their child will live a short life.

The charity operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, providing care in their hospices or at a child’s home, tailored to the child and parent’s individual needs, as well as supporting the child’s brothers, sisters and grandparents.

Source: bailiwickexpress.co.uk

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