Henry Fraser launched a charity t-shirt in honour of the British & Irish Lions tour this summer, and all proceeds from sales go directly to the Jonny Wilkinson foundation.
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Fraser, the brother of Saracens flanker Will, was an up and coming rugby player but was paralysed from the shoulders down after he dived into the sea and damaged his spinal cord at the age of 17.
Eight years on Fraser has also developed a method of painting with his mouth and is better than you could possibly imagine. He’s also a highly renowned motivational speaker.
My latest garment campaign, ‘Heart of the Lion’. All proceeds got to the @JonnyWilkinsonF.
— Henry Fraser (@henryfraser0) May 14, 2017
“I’ve decided to use my mouth painting (only able to paint with my mouth) of my Lion to raise money for a great cause, The Jonny Wilkinson Foundation.” said Fraser
“Their mission is to enable social participation within communities to tackle mental health concerns together, in order to inspire individuals and promote awareness and understanding. The Jonny Wilkinson Foundation gives
“The Jonny Wilkinson Foundation gives life-changing support to the members of our community who need it most.
“At the heart of the Foundation mission is also a message of thriving as it aims to provide the tools and techniques for all people to not just cope but actually embrace mental health, to realise their true potential to fully enjoy the gift of life.”
Henry has built up a large body of work, including paintings of Harry Potter, Thierry Henry, Usain Bolt and David Beckham.
You can learn more about what he’s doing at his website – http://www.henryfraser.org/