Our Ambassadors

Our Ambassadors

We are extremely thankful to our many ambassadors who play a vital role in supporting Beatson Cancer Charity. They represent us at functions, organise events, take part in incredible challenges, raise our profile and promote us through their business networks and in their local communities.

Business Ambassadors

Our business ambassadors  come from a wide range of  backgrounds and support  the charity in many ways  from sharing their skills and  resources to introducing  contacts and helping with  sponsorship and networking  opportunities.

Celebrity Ambassadors

We have a wealth of celebrity ambassadors. From Commonwealth, European and World medallist, Eilidh Child to baking extraordinaire James Morton, we are so grateful to our celebrity ambassadors for promoting and raising the profile of the charity, attending charity events and media launches, visiting the hospital and meeting patients and introducing the charity to key contacts.

  • Celebrity Baker James Moreton holding a plate of Beatson Cancer Charity cupcakes
patient and family ambassadors

Our patient and family ambassadors are vital members of Team Beatson. We are extremely lucky to have patient and family ambassadors across Scotland who help build support for Beatson Cancer Charity in their local communities by attending many events, collections and organising their own  fundraising activities.

Staff Ambassadors

We’re indebted to the staff at The Beatson who are hugely supportive of the work of the  charity and whose advice we  rely on. They help to raise  the profile of the charity with  other staff and patients and  encourage participation in  our events as well as helping  suggest what we can do to
further benefit patients and  families.

Young Ambassadors

We are overwhelmed with the  amount of young people of all  ages from toddlers to young  adults who support Beatson  Cancer Charity in so many ways  for lots of diff erent reasons.  Our young ambassadors are  our future and many have  overcome significant challenges  in their lives and have already  organised major fundraising  events for the charity.

  • Young Ambassadors
The beatson serves around 50% of scotland's population, some 2.5 million people
10,000
new cases of cancer are registered in glasgow and clyde every year
the beatson provides
25,000
courses of
chemo
a year