SCROLL ACROSS TO SEE VIDEOS OF SUPPORT MARKING OUR TENTH ANNIVERSARY SHOW AT THE PALLADIUM.
These women and men shine a light on our charity and its mission to help and support those touched by breast cancer. From us to them… a very big thank you!
“Having lost my beloved sister-in-law Laura to breast cancer, I have been determined to be vocal about the need for support for this and do all I can to help. I am proud to be an ambassador for the tenth Anniversary of Future Dreams and hope that within the next ten years, this disease can be eradicated or the very least held at bay.”
Actress Patsy’s late mum had breast cancer, so she has a special reason to be moved by the story of our founders. “I am thrilled and honoured to be an ambassador for Future Dreams. Their story has really moved me. My mother had breast cancer. She was a positive, amazing woman who defied it for years, but sadly passed when I was in my twenties. I also lost my father to cancer. I am an activist when it comes to raising awareness about cancer, as it can often be treated if caught early enough.”
“The Future Dreams family are some of the most kind, energetic, inspiring and loving people I’ve ever had the pleasure to meet. They are real go-getters, they make things happen for others and they are committed to constantly raising awareness and giving care to those that need it the most. I am over the moon to be able to do my part in making this happen.”
Sky News sports presenter Jacquie, who’s twice been diagnosed with breast cancer, modelled for our Melissa Odabash swimwear campaign. “The fundraising work that Future Dreams are doing is giving women the opportunity to have a place where they can connect with other people who have been affected by breast cancer and feel safe, knowing that they will be supported through their toughest times.”
Artistic director Stuart was the man behind our Palladium concert, A Decade of Dreams. He’s now creating a new show, NEON, for us. “I am honoured and proud to be an Ambassador for Future Dreams, a charity very close to my heart. I feel truly blessed to have had Sylvie and Danielle in my life and I know their legacy will live on forever.”
Journalist Louise is a passionate supporter of Future Dreams who tirelessly helps the charity with its mission. “I really wish I’d met Sylvie and Danielle, the founders of Future Dreams, but I have felt their energy through their friends and family who run the charity in their name. The truth is Future Dreams’ remit to provide a big warm hug for those going through breast cancer makes it a very special organisation indeed and one I’m so proud to be involved with.”
Media expert Rachel has been a part of the Future Dreams family for several years. “I’m thrilled and extremely proud to be apart of the Future Dreams family and to help them with their mission to support those touched by breast cancer. I lost a close friend to this disease and understand first hand the heartbreak and fear it causes to the sufferer and all the people who love and support them”.
“After being diagnosed with breast cancer at 31, I felt compelled to help raise awareness about the disease for young women especially. I wanted to create a community to support those touched by breast cancer, whilst helping empower them and change the way people perceive cancer”.