We're proud and grateful to have the support of famous volunteers to promote our work.
They help us ensure that millions of people in the UK and around the world get the support they need if crisis strikes.
Our celebrity ambassadors
Our ambassadors are appointed because they have shown a commitment to the British Red Cross through continued and consistent support.
Ben has visited our work in the UK, Nepal, and Mozambique.
He's also supported several UK campaigns including our ongoing coronavirus response and our call to get first aid on the school national curriculum.
In 2018, Ben climbed Mount Everest alongsie Victoria Pendleton, flying the flag for the British Red Cross.
Ben is an award-winning broadcaster, adventurer and author.
He has rowed across the Atlantic, raced across Antarctica to the South Pole and crossed the deserts of the Empty Quarter in the Middle East.
He has presented numerous programmes for the BBC, ITV, C5 and Discovery, including the hit series New Lives in the Wild.
Victoria Pendleton CBE
Victoria tackled Mount Everest in support of the British Red Cross along with Ben Fogle, generating widespread media attention
She has also starred in video clips to demonstrate simple first aid skills and is fronting our Miles for Refugees fundraising initiative.
Victoria is one of Great Britain's most successful female Olympians having won two Olympic gold medals and one silver.
The former track cyclist specialised in the sprint, team sprint and keirin disciplines. Since ending her cycling career, she has taken part in more sporting challenges including becoming a jockey.
Jason travelled with to see Red Cross work to support refugees in Italy and has met young refugees at our Islington refugee centre.
He has provided voice-overs for brand films and fronted the DEC’s film on ITN for the Indonesian Appeal.
Jason is best known for playing Lucius Malfoy in the Harry Potter film series and Colonel William Tavington in The Patriot.
He also starred in the first season of Star Trek: Discovery. He stars in the Netflix series The OA and in recently released film, Hotel Mumbai.
Ex-JLS star turned TV presenter and turkey farmer, JB Gill helped to raise awareness of the effects of climate change in some of the poorest regions in Zimbabwe.
He’s also supported various campaigns including our plea for funds for our Cylone Idai Appeal and to help combat Ebola.
JB Gill shot to fame as a member of JLS, one of the UK’s biggest boy bands. Since the group split he has combined his career as a farmer with TV presenting.
He is the lead presenter of CBeebies show Down on the Farm and a presenter for Songs of Praise and Walks of Life.
His enthusiasm for farming life and knowledge of countryside issues has seen him regularly contribute to BBC’s Countryfile and Springwatch.
Our celebrity supporters
Gary Lineker, TV presenter and former footballer
Alex Lawther, actor
Dan Snow, historian and TV presenter
Amanda Redman, actor
Nadine Benjamin, opera singer
Rebecca Front, actor
Sharon Marshall, TV presenter
John Suchet, radio presenter
Richard Bacon, TV presenter
For more information, speak to our celebrity team.