Ambassadors

St Elizabeth Hospice Ambassadors

Our Ambassadors help us in many ways from spreading the word about the work we do here at the hospice to attending events, speaking at events and  giving their time and raising money to support the care we provide.

We are very extremely grateful for all their hard work and support.

What do our Ambassadors do?

Our Ambassadors are part of the community and help us to link to local businesses, community groups, schools and clubs.

They are happy to come and speak to groups and at events, represent the hospice, attend cheque presentations and much more.

We are pleased to introduce our newly appointed Ambassadors

Business Ambassadors

  • Terry Hunt
  • John Rivett

Community Ambassadors

  • Laura Flynn
  • Tony Gardiner
  • John Hammond
  • Susan Hargadon
  • Heather Quinn
  • Alwyn Nash
  • Shelley Nott
  • Margaret Samain

Zest Ambassador

  • Charmaine Jolly
Our ambassadors pictured here with Rachel Sloane (front middle) who provided presentation skills training to the group.
Our ambassadors pictured here with Rachel Sloane (front middle) who provided presentation skills training to the group.

(From left to right): Tony Gardiner, Laura Flynn, Margaret Samain, Shelley Nott, Elizabeth Young, John Rivett, Alwyn Nash, John Hammond. (Centre front): Heather Quinn and Rachel Sloane

Why our Ambassadors want to be involved

 

"By talking directly with the public and companies in the area, we can make personal appeals and engage them with everything we are doing."
Shelley Nott
"Until my daughter was a patient at the hospice, I was completely ignorant about what services the hospice provided.
I want to share my experience and help promote the wonderful services at the hospice."
Alwyn Nash
"I am keen to reach more people in East Anglia by promoting the charity at local events and functions, highlighting all the wonderful work being done by both staff and volunteers."
Heather Quinn
"I would like to inspire and encourage more people to shop, donate and volunteer for the hospice."
John Hammond
"I have volunteered for St Elizabeth Hospice for 16 years.
I represent the wonderful work the hospice do and highlight ways to fundraise and encouraging donations."
Tony Gardiner
"Many people I meet think that it is just palliative and end of life care that the hospice provides.
I would like to inform people of the many areas and services that are available to both patients, family and carers at the hospice."
Margaret Samain
"As a ward clerk volunteer, I have an insight into the outstanding commitment of the staff at the hospice and the excellent work it achieves through its care and empathy for those in need.
I would like to ensure the local community is very aware of this work. As an ex-head teacher, I would be particularly pleased to work with schools to show the work of the hospice and how friendly and welcoming it is."
Susan Hargadon
How can I invite an Ambassador?

If you would like to invite one of our Ambassadors speak at or attend an event then please complete the form below or email celia.joseph@stelizabethhospice.org.uk or call 07936 371304.

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