Our fantastic ambassadors help raise much needed awareness for 2wish.By being the face of a campaign, attending an event or simply talking about our vital work, they help our story reach so many.To find out more about how you can become an Ambassador please contact our amazing Fundraising Team.

Will Champion, Coldplay.

“I had the privilege of knowing Paul Burke, he was a wonderful, gentleman, a supreme sportsman and a music fan. We shared a love of the music of Christy Moore, and I have many happy memories from the few years we were at college together. The tragic loss of Paul and his son George came as such shocking news to me and to all who knew him.

To be able to turn such a tragedy into such a force for good is an extraordinary testament to Rhian, her family and the team at 2wish. Their efforts are helping to ensure that parents get the bereavement support they so desperately need when they lose a child or young adult family member. The memory of Paul and George will live on through the work of 2wish and I am so very honoured to be a part of the 2wish family.”

Nick Knowles, TV Presenter

“I’m honoured to have been asked to support the charity as an ambassador and was delighted to say yes. The work the charity does to support families in Wales is tremendous and I feel privileged to be able to play a part in helping it grow.

Rhian is also one of my favourite people so saying yes was easy.”

Michael Sheen

“Michael has proved himself equally accomplished on both stage and screen. His many award-winning stage performances include Caligula and Frost/Nixon at the Donmar Warehouse, and Hamlet at the Young Vic. He created, co-directed, and performed in the ground-breaking three-day live event The Passion in Port Talbot for National Theatre Wales. Sheen has starred in three films nominated for the Best Picture Academy Award: The Queen, directed by Stephen Frears, Frost/Nixon, directed by Ron Howard, and Midnight in Paris, directed by Woody Allen.

More recently, Sheen played an incarcerated serial killer surgeon in Fox’s 2019 drama, Prodigal Son (2019), Aziraphale in the 2019 BBC/Amazon Studios miniseries of Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett’s end of the world novel, Good Omens, and appeared as Chris Tarrant in Quiz, the 2020 screen adaptation of a theatrical production telling the tale of the coughing scandal which denied a top prize win on the British version of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? in 2001.”

Dr Matt Morgan

Dr Matt Morgan is a British intensive care doctor. His open letter addressed to patients during the 2020 COVID pandemic has been read by over half a million people worldwide and viewed by over two million times after featuring on the Channel 4 news. His first book CRITICAL (2019, Simon & Schuster) has been translated into four languages. He has spoken to large audiences at some of the largest book festivals in the world including Hay and Ubud in 2019. His articles have featured in The Guardian, The Telegraph, The Daily Mail, The Sunday Mirror and The Huffington Post. A regular writer for the internationally acclaimed British Medical Journal, his article “A letter from the ICU” is one of their most popular ever opinion article, read by over 130,000 people in 2020. Since narrating the audiobook of CRITICAL, he has spoken on a number of popular podcasts and radio programmes including with the BBC and international talk shows. He has been nominated for the 2020 Royal Society David Attenborough Prize. He lives in Cardiff with his family, enjoys CrossFit, photography, cold beer and even colder ice cream.

Amy Wadge

Grammy winner, Amy Wadge, is one of the UK’s most prolific contemporary She has co-written and has written songs for  some of the music worlds’ biggest names including; Alicia Keys , Beyonce, Keith Urban, Kacey Musgraves, Stormzy, Jonas brothers , John Legend, Camila Cabello,  Diana Ross, Mika, Lady A and Thomas Rhett
Amy’s most notable success to date comes from her long established writing partnership with, Ed Sheeran.

Thinking Out Loud, was the third single from Ed’s second album, the triple Grammy nominated, X, (Multiply). It went to No. 1 in the UK chart in November 2014 after spending 19 weeks in the Top 40, breaking the record for the longest ever ascent to the peak position. The track went platinum later that month and returned to the No. 1 spot for a second time in December 2014. In June 2015, it became the first track ever in the history of the UK Charts to remain in the top 40 for a whole year and has subsequently become a multiplatinum selling, global hit. To date, the track has sold over twelve million copies worldwide, has been viewed 1.25 billion time on YouTube and streamed over a billion times on Spotify.

In February 2016, the track won two Grammys at the 58th Recording Academy Awards Ceremony, ‘Song of the Year’ and ‘Best Pop Solo Performance’.
Amy and Ed have known each other since he was seventeen. Together, they co-wrote his early EP, Songs I Wrote With Amy and a number of other songs including, Gold Rush, which featured on the deluxe edition of Ed’s, multi-million selling, debut album, +, (Plus). Amy also co-wrote the track, Even My Dad Does Sometimes, on the deluxe edition of X.

Amy has subsequently been nominated for the Grammy  awards a further 10 times in the last 6 years.

Amy first came to prominence as a singer songwriter in her own right touring all over the world. Amy continues to write and perform and most notably recently wrote and sang all the songs for the BBC 1 hit drama ‘Keeping Faith’

Aled Jones

Aled Jones, MBE is a Welsh singer and radio and television presenter. As a teenage chorister, he reached widespread fame during the mid-1980s. Since then he has worked in television with the BBC and ITV, and radio for BBC Radio Wales and Classic FM.

Ioan Lloyd

My name is Ioan Lloyd, and I am a 19-year-old professional rugby player with Bristol Bears. I have also been lucky enough to represent Wales at international level this season, which was a dream come true. I have been really moved and inspired by Rhian’s story and I am honoured to be an ambassador for 2wish and support the great work carried out by the charity. I look forward to promoting 2wish and helping in any way I can to ensure those families and others going through such a difficult and traumatic time can get the support they need.

Callum Sheedy

“I was born in Cardiff. Went to St Peter’s primary school and then Corpus Christi high school. Loved all sports mainly football but then realised I was better at rugby so took it more seriously. I went to boarding school at Millfield for the sixth form which was an incredible experience. I then signed for Bristol Rugby straight from school aged 18 and have been there for 6 seasons. Was lucky enough to get capped for Wales in November and have 9 caps.”

Antarctic Fire Angels

Georgina Gilbert and Rebecca Openshaw-Rowe, both dedicated firefighters serving with South Wales Fire and Rescue Service and Mid and West Wales Fire Service, form the inspiring duo known as The Antarctic Fire Angels.

With a combined service history of over 30 years, their mission is to be inspiring female figures for future generations, empowering young girls and women worldwide.

They have recently formed The Fire Foundation, which provides a three-month program tailored for teenage and young adult women, helping to build their self-esteem, and confidence and learn to support each other during challenging circumstances. This will build up to a mini expedition in Sweden, where they will put the skills learned into practice.

Known for their public speaking abilities, The Fire Angels are passionate about sharing their story to inspire others, including their expedition achievements as well as their life experiences within the fire service.