Strictly Come Dancing champion Abbey Clancy launched our Merseyside appeal in 2013 and we’re delighted to have made her involvement official as she steps on board as Ambassador and Regional Patron for the North West.
Caroline has been involved with Teenage Cancer Trust for a number of years, visiting young people with cancer on our specialist units, and compering the Florence + the Machine concert for Teenage Cancer Trust at the Royal Albert Hall in 2012.
Dynamo became an Ambassador having been involved with us for many years – he has performed at numerous events on our behalf, has helped us raise tens of thousands of pounds and has put smiles on the faces of many patients by performing on some of our specialist units.
Tony Award-winning actor Eddie Redmayne has been involved with Teenage Cancer Trust for many years. He regularly visits our specialist units and meets with the young people being treated there and their families.
Edith has supported Teenage Cancer Trust for many years. She is also our ambassador for the East of Scotland and launched our appeal there a few years back to build a new unit at Western General Hospital, which was opened at the end of 2013.
Example’s been a keen supporter since headlining a night at our 2012 Royal Albert Hall shows. Since then he has personally raised over £20,000 and has visited various Teenage Cancer Trust units across the UK to meet young cancer patients.
Harry Judd, the drummer with McFly, is a long term supporter of Teenage Cancer Trust, and we’re thrilled to have him as an ambassador.
BBC Radio 1 presenter Jameela Jamil has been fantastic in her support of us. Over the years she has visited multiple units, compered some of our concerts at the Royal Albert Hall and has fronted our campaigns too.
X Factor winner Joe McElderry became an Ambassador and Regional Patron after initially getting involved on a regional level with his local unit at the Royal Victoria Infirmary Newcastle, and officially opened our new unit at the Freeman Hospital, Newcastle in 2012.
Professional snooker players Jack and Judd became involved with us as a way of marking Jack’s fifth year in remission. Having experienced cancer as a teenager, Jack was keen to give something back and as his good friend Judd has been with Jack through much of his journey.