Our celebrity supporters
Glasgow’s Hospice is lucky to have the support of celebrities who give voice and visibility to the work we do.
"Belle and Sebastian are delighted to play our part as ambassadors for the new Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice in Bellahouston Park. We look forward to supporting this great project in practical, spiritual and, hopefully, musical ways over the coming years."
Stuart Murdoch, Belle and Sebastian
“The hospice belongs to Glasgow and the whole city has the responsibility of helping it raise the funds they need to build a new hospice.”
Des Clarke, television presenter and Capital FM DJ
"I'm really proud and privileged to be connected with Glasgow’s Hospice.”
Karen Dunbar, actor and comedian
“The hospice is an important place. We need to care for everyone in our community and show compassion towards them.”
Darius Campbell, actor and singer
“The hospice symbolises the very finest aspects of the human condition - tenderness, grace and love - and I am proud to offer my support.”
Kaye Adams, broadcaster and television presenter
“As a long-time supporter of the hospice, I am so proud of my involvement as an ambassador. The incredible staff and wonderful volunteers touch the lives of hundreds of people every year and I feel very honoured to be a part of that in any way I can.”
Carol Smillie, presenter, host and speaker