Legendary Queen guitarist Brian May is well-known with supporting charity events, and spreading his positive energy to those who needs.

Today, Brian May shared an Instagram post to his followers and wrote an heartbreaking letter about Jess Grant. He also wants fans to join this charity movement and support Jess Grant Celebration.

Here is what May wrote:

“This is Jess Grant. A young lady with humanity and talent, full of fun and laughter and courage. We had some great times – sharing guitar secrets and thoughts about life.

But an unspeakable disease took her away while she yet had her whole life to live. Her brave parents have founded a charity which will bring better lives to many children faced with battles like Jess’s. It’s called @jessgrantcelebration and you can find it here on Instagram or search the name.

By spreading the word and/or donating, you will be ensuring that Jess’s spirit is honoured, and bringing a future nearer in which no child is so unfairly deprived of fulfilment in life. Jess rocks on!!!

And guys… I thank you, but you don’t need to be telling me how pure I am. I just do what I can. I’m not a saint or a guru. And this little girl gave me more than I gave her. Some of you may remember Catherine Jenkins and Vicky Moore. I have been fortunate to have great young souls in my life. I hope I’ve learned some of the lessons I was meant to learn. But life is a continuous learning curve. It’s painful. But we can only live it. Bri.”

About Jess Grant Celebration:

“Jess Grant Celebration charity has been set up in memory of an inspirational, brave, positive, beautiful young lady who always met the world with a smile. We are so proud and honoured to be the parents of Jess.

Jess’ passion was music; both listening to and playing her beloved electric guitar, and more recently her drums. And it was music that helped Jess cope with the 3.5 years of gruelling treatments and operations she faced after being diagnosed with osteosarcoma, a rare bone cancer, in September 2014. Even on the darkest days Jess would always want to play and listen to music and as she said to her music therapist Clare, “When I’m feeling sad I just play some music and it changes my mood”. Heartbreakingly, Jess died on 26th January 2018 aged 15.”

Here is Brian May’s Instagram post:

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This is Jess Grant. SWIPE 3 times to see the story. A young lady with humanity and talent, full of fun and laughter and courage. We had some great times – sharing guitar secrets and thoughts about life. But an unspeakable disease took her away while she yet had her whole life to live. Her brave parents have founded a charity which will bring better lives to many children faced with battles like Jess’s. It’s called @jessgrantcelebration and you can find it here on Instagram or search the name. By spreading the word and/or donating, you will be ensuring that Jess’s spirit is honoured, and bringing a future nearer in which no child is so unfairly deprived of fulfilment in life. Jess rocks on !!! ****. And guys … I thank you, but you don’t need to be telling me how pure I am. I just do what I can. I’m not a saint or a guru. And this little girl gave me more than I gave her. Some of you may remember Catherine Jenkins and Vicky Moore. I have been fortunate to have great young souls in my life. I hope I’ve learned some of the lessons I was meant to learn. But life is a continuous learning curve. It’s painful. But we can only live it. Bri

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You can watch Brian May’s ‘Jess Grant Celebration‘ video below: