Meet our Ambassadors
Our Ambassadors play a key role in supporting us to deliver cancer care to patients
One of Britain’s most successful female racing drivers. For many years Jamie has been a great supporter of Hope for Tomorrow, frequently wearing the charity logo on her race suits.
Jamie says “I’m delighted to be an Ambassador for Hope for Tomorrow, the charity has been very close to my heart for many years. The Mobile Cancer Care Units provide essential treatment in state of the art clinical units. I’m proud to support the charity as it continues on its journey of bringing cancer care closer to patients homes”.
Harry is one of Britain’s most exciting drivers and continues to establish himself as one of the UK’s fastest men on four wheels.
Harry has consistently delivered big results throughout his career, including taking the checkered flag as a two time winner in his class at Le Mans 24 Hours.
Hope for Tomorrow are proud that Harry is an active supporter and Ambassador for the Charity.
Darren is one of the UK’s most successful and experienced racing drivers and has had a busy racing career in single-seaters, touring cars and sports cars. He also worked for many years as a test driver for the McLaren F1 Team.
Darren is a key member of the Aston Martin Racing team, a partnership that has seen him win the toughest race of them all, the Le Mans 24 Hours three times.
Hope for Tomorrow are grateful to have Darren as an Ambassador and appreciate the great work he does for the charity.
Jonathan is an established and respected sports journalist, presenter and commentator.
Jonathan career includes being the lead commentator for the BBC’s Formula 1 coverage, The Football League Show, sports presenter on Radio 4 Today programme and Olympic commentary in 2012 and 2016.
Jonathan plays a key role in Hope for Tomorrow’s Ambassador Programme, continually raising awareness and much needed funds for the charity.