Sophie, Lady Freddie Windsor
Sophie is a passionate, hands-on supporter of CURE’s work. Best known for her work as a television, film and stage actress, she performs under her maiden name Sophie Winkleman.
Sophie is renowned for roles in The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and The Wardrobe, Inspector Lewis, Two and a half Men, The Peep Show and The Palace.
She is married to Lord Frederick Windsor and they have two young daughters.
Jordanne Whiley MBE
Five-time double’s wheelchair tennis grand slam champion, Jordanne Whiley MBE is a long-time supporter of CURE International UK.
‘I am delighted to be an Ambassador for CURE International UK, a wonderful charity who perform operations on disabled children in the developing world and give them a chance to live life to the full. Often in developing countries disabled children are seen as a burden and many of them don’t attend school.’
In 2013 Jordanne visited the CURE hospital in Blantyre, Malawi.
‘It was the most amazing experience of my life and it made me want to help them even more. The children were so happy and a joy to be around, I even got to see one little girl walk for the first time! I am dedicated to help CURE spread the word about not letting anything stand in your way, and to help the poorer countries understand that disabled children have as much right to be free and achieve their dreams just as much as anybody else.’
You can read more about Jordanne on her website
Liz Earle MBE
Renowned for her passion for botanical beauty and wellbeing, the ethical entrepreneur is also a TV presenter and bestselling author of more than 30 books. A founder of her eponymous beauty brand and Liz Earle Wellbeing quarterly magazine, Liz also creates Fair and Fine jewellery, an award-winning Fairtrade brand. Liz founded the LiveTwice charity in 2010 to give opportunity and a ‘second chance’ to others, and is a supporter of several other charities, including CURE International.
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