Football Manager and TV pundit Harry joined the charity as our first Ambassador in 2015. Committed to helping us to raise our profile, Harry launched the Interactive Room at Portfield School.
Internationally acclaimed mezzo-soprano opera singer Sophia is one of our Ambassadors. Diagnosed with autism at the age of 45, Sophia is passionate about raising understanding and awareness of autism.
International Netball player and Commonwealth Gold Medal winner, Geva Mentor, became an Ambassador for our charity in 2020. Geva is enthusiastic about raising awareness and understanding of autism, and thrives off helping other people.
Impressionist and comedian, Tony Rudd, became one of our Ambassadors in 2020. Tony was diagnosed with Asperger’s aged 55 and is passionate about embracing autism and the creativeness it can bring. Tony manages a radio station for children with disabilities alongside his career in the public eye.
Celebrity chef on This Morning and Ready Steady Cook, Lesley has supported us for a number of years. A key backer of our Big Brekkie campaign, Lesley runs a cookery school near to Yeovil in Dorset.
BBC MasterChef winner Mat has supported our Big Brekkie campaign since 2015. Running Bramble Cafe & Deli in Poundbury, Mat is committed to spreading awareness of autism.