Honeypot’s ambassadors help raise awareness of young carers, their situations and the help that Honeypot can provide. If you are a celebrity or representing one and you’d like to support the Honeypot Children’s Charity, you can find more information by contacting email@example.com.
Iconic presenter and historian Dan Snow has supported Honeypot since late 2013. “The Honeypot Children’s Charity and I share the same ethos around helping young carers to reach their full potential. It’s the real and tangible difference that Honeypot makes to these young children that keeps me going and I hope that I can motivate others to get involved with this inspirational charity. I am happy and proud to become an ambassador of the Honeypot Children’s Charity.”
Abbie Brown became an ambassador of the Honeypot Children’s Charity in late 2017. Abbie is one of the young stars of the England Women’s Sevens Rugby team, and has captained the side. “I feel very honoured to be given this role as ambassador for the Honeypot Children’s Charity, and I hope I’ll be able to help the charity raise awareness of their work with young carers. I’m really excited about sharing my values with the charity and helping them on their journey, and spending more time with all the amazing kids!”
The England Footballers Foundation supported us from 2015-2016, helping to raise awareness of young carers, making special appearances meeting our young carers, and donated match fees and raised funds through their annual Gala Dinner to raise £100,000 for the Honeypot Children’s Charity.