Our ambassadors support the charity by promoting the work we do supporting people in need in hospital, at home and in the community.
"It’s wonderful to be an ambassador for a charity with such a rich history. I’m lucky enough to have seen first-hand the extraordinary effect its volunteers have on patients in hospital and on older people in the community."
"I am really pleased to lend my support to such a fantastic charity. I think that the work that Royal Voluntary Service does in helping older people lead the kind of lives that they want to is vitally important."
"I think the charity’s volunteers do a remarkable job keeping older people happy and engaged in their local communities and helping out in hospitals. With an ageing population, we need more of them than ever."
"The dedication and hard work of Royal Voluntary Service volunteers make an enormous difference to the lives of thousands of people across the British Isles. I am proud to be associated with the organisation."
"I am very pleased to support Royal Voluntary Service. The work of the charity makes a real difference to the lives of older people in this country."
Josette Simon OBE - Actress
"It is crucial that older people get the support and quality of life we all deserve. Older people too often are written off; charities like Royal Voluntary Service do vital work in helping them live life not just exist."
"I am proud to be an Ambassador for Royal Voluntary Service. My late mother was a stalwart of the WVS as it used to be known and it played a big part in her life, so I feel I’m continuing family tradition by lending my support to the charity."
In June 2021, to help recognise the incredible effort of the 12.4 million volunteers who stepped up to support during the pandemic, Ross, in partnership with the Together Coalition launched ‘Cheers for Volunteers’ as part of National Thank You Day.