Tudor is one of our former Momentum children, now a graphic designer
We hugely value all our Momentum Family Ambassadors. These are people who are very involved with our work, or have a particular personal connection to the charity, and who support us through exceptional, regular fundraising, speaking at events or to the press, and generally helping to raise awareness and championing our cause.
Amy Hill is an incredibly talented singer and actress who has helped to devise and has appeared in all of Momentum's fundraising shows since our inception in 2004. These include 'Spectacular, Spectacular' at the Cafe de Paris, 'Swingtime in Springtime', 'Sunday Night Fever' and 'Club Tropicana'.
Jean is an English opera and concert singer. A mezzo-soprano, she is a long-time principal with the English National Opera and has been instrumental in our annual opera fundraising event.
Alison Trigg and Jacqui Coppellotti (Co-founders)
Alison and Jacqui helped to set up Momentum Children's Charity with Bianca. Both their children were being treated for cancer at the time and they realised the difference that small touches could make to families in similar situations.
Jeff and his wife have been supported by Momentum Children's Charity since their daughter, Kiera, started her battle with cancer. Kiera sadly lost that battle nine years ago. Jeff is involved in Momentum Echoes and recently spoke to LBC radio about the support Momentum provided, which you can listen tohere.
Tudor has completed a number of fundraising challenges for Momentum Children's Charity including a solo-swim of the English Channel. He now helps to design many of the hospital room refurbishments, as well as visiting schools to talk about Momentum's work.
Ed, son of Trustee Jo, was diagnosed with cancer in 2013 and is now sharing his story to raise awareness of the work that we do. He most recently spoke at the Classical FM Live event at the Royal Albert Hall, which you can listen tohere.
Andrew is a Paediatric Consultant at Kingston Hospital who has helped with establishing Momentum as a charity and continues to support the work that we do.
Hind is a Paediatric Senior Sister at Kingston Hospital. She has be involved with Momentum over the last ten years . seeing first hand the difference the money raised can change the environment of a hospital setting , making a difference to the children, and families, with cancer.
Jamie is a Paediatric Clinical Practice Facilitator at Kingston Hospital, and a vital link between the children and families, and our Momentum family support team.
Jean, famous as an opera and concert singer, has helped to organise and has performed in our Momentum Opera since the first event in 2005.
Alan owns First Class Falconry and looks after our real-life Momentum Mo the Owl, bringing him to events and to visit sick children.