Our foundation ambassadors role is to support and promote our charity assisting The Charlie’s Chance board to both help find and fund treatment abroad which is currently unavailable in the U.K. We’re extremely honoured to have all of our ambassadors on board with us and we are very grateful for the support and help they give us. Awareness is key in saving lives and they certainly are the forefront in our awareness campaigns. 

Djimi Traore

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Djimi Traore was someone who got involved during our campaign to get Charlie to his treatment abroad. When we were in Seattle he met with Charlie and showed a genuine interest in Charlie’s Chance and when he knew what our plans were he gave us his full support and offered his help to us. He introduced Charlie and Harrison to Seattle Sounders F.C and they have now become our home from home club. He is our only international ambassador and one we are proud to have with us.

Roy & Stacey Evans

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Roy Evans was introduced to us by his daughter Stacey who has been a huge supporter of us from the start. Stacey and Roy have attended many of our fundraisers and has become friends to all of us at Charlie’s Chance. They have both shown an incredible amount of support in many different ways and we are truly grateful to have them on board..

Erin & Fabio Borini

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Both are huge supporters of the Charlie’s Chance Foundation. They have supported us from the very begin-ning when Charlie was first diagnosed. Erin, a childhood friend of Sophie’s became involved when we be-gan raising funds for the Anthony Nolan trust and Fabio donated his FA cup finals boots for us to auction and get more funds. They also asked at their wedding for all presents to be donations to the Anthony Nolan Trust and for that we are extremely grateful. We are very pleased to have them on board as Charlie’s Chance ambassadors.

Andy Grant

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We met Andy at the Echo awards 2016. He was The Echo’s pride of Merseyside 2016 and he touched our hearts with his own story of his mother passing of the same disease that has hindered Charlie's short life. Andy, a former Royal Marine lost his leg in Afghanistan during a routine foot patrol he is such an inspiration to us and his whole outlook on life is incredible. He is now an amazing supporter and friend of Charlie’s chance foundation and having a figure like Andy associated with our charity is an absolute honour.