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Ambassadors



Here are some of our celebrity ambassadors...

 

Ambassadors

 

Michael Clarke

 

Michael Clarke, Australian Cricketer

Michael is Australia's 43rd Test Captain. Michael won the prestigious Allan Border Medal in 2005 for his exploits in an incredible debut Test season, won it in 2009 and again for a record-equaling third time in 2012. Since being named Test and One Day Captain in 2011 Michael has put Australia on course to regain the prized number one Test ranking.

Having had skin cancer, Michael is a passionate supporter of our skin cancer prevention and awareness campaigns.

"Playing cricket means I am outdoors during peak UV times, so I try to protect myself and keep an eye on my skin for changes. I was lucky my cancers were so visible, but they can be anywhere on the body so it's crucial to be vigilant."

 

Janelle Bloom

 

Janelle Bloom, TV Chef

Janelle Bloom is one of this country’s most-loved TV chefs & food writers.

She believes good cooking begins with confidence and a little patience. Her recipes are foolproof, easy-to-follow and use seasonal ingredients that are readily available.

Janelle knows first hand the impact cancer has on a family, having supported her sister through breast cancer.

She wants to support other families going through the same experience and is a proud ambassador for Cancer Council.

Read more about why Janelle supports our Biggest Morning Tea event and check out some of her healthy yet delicious recipes:

 

Barry Du Bois

 

Barry Du Bois, TV personality

Cancer affects every person differently. Barry thought he was invincible until he was diagnosed with cancer in 2010.

"When I got cancer I said to myself, here’s an opportunity to help. I’m involved with Biggest Morning Tea because I know that cancer can stop you in a hurry."

Read more about why Barry supports our Biggest Morning Tea event and check out some of his healthy yet delicious recipes:

 

Miguel Maestre

 

Miguel Maestre, Chef

Miguel Maestre is a chef, author and presenter on Network Ten’s The Living Room.

He has long been a Cancer Council ambassador. “I never realised how cancer can change your perspective on life until it affects your own family.

I will do anything to help raise money for Cancer Council and cooking is what I do best so hopefully with all my amazing cooking we can raise lots of money towards cancer research.”

 

Darren Robertson

 

Darren Robertson, Chef

Darren Robertson moved to Australia in 2001 and became head chef at Sydney’s internationally acclaimed Tetsuya’s.

He is a regular TV presenter; co-owner and chef of Three Blue Ducks.

Darren says “Knowing the amazing work and help that is given to those who need it, I am proud to be a part of Cancer Council’s Australia's Biggest Morning Tea.”

 

Justin North

 

Justin North, Chef

Justin North is an award winning restaurateur, author and TV personality.

He says ”With my own family and so many other wonderful families around Australia being touched by the devastation of cancer, please join together and help us raise awareness and support those who are much in need.”

 

Callum Hann

 

Callum Hann, Masterchef contestant

Youngest contestant and runner up, Callum Hann, put aside his engineering degree to compete in Masterchef Australia. Inspired by his father who passed away from cancer, Callum says he took over a lot of the cooking at home for his mum and sister. Having always followed the academic path, becoming a chef had never occurred to him until this point.

"I like to experiment with food and that's what my dad liked to do – see what’s in the fridge and try out new things," he says. On a whim Callum registered to compete in Masterchef Series 2, along with 7000 other hopefuls.

 

Peppa Pig

 

Peppa Pig

Peppa Pig is the much-loved TV program, airing on the ABC. With six series already created and a seventh currently in production, Peppa Pig is broadcast in 180 territories worldwide.

Peppa Pig and her family are proud to be ambassadors for Cancer Council and are ready to start helping little ones be smart about sun protection, healthy living and staying active. Lifestyles learnt in childhood can affect kids later in life, especially in cancers linked to sun exposure and obesity.

Peppa Pig and Cancer Council Australia have already launched a range of sunscreens that have become best sellers. This success encouraged Peppa to get even more involved in Cancer Council’s work to engage and educate young Australians and their families.

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