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PATRONS

The Danny Green Fund - Our Patrons


Rebecca Harris, MP, Patron of The Danny Green Fund
Rebecca Harris MP
Patron of The Danny Green Fund

REBECCA HARRIS

Rebecca Harris was elected conservative MP in May 2010 and since becoming Patron of The Danny Green Fund Rebecca has become chair of the All Party Political Group on brain Tumours. We have been fortunate to have attended Parliament on numerous occasions with Rebecca to discuss the lack of funding for brain tumour research.

Rebecca has played an important part in representing the charity and to call for an increase in brain tumour research spending which will ultimately save lives in the future.

Jessica Judd, Patron of The Danny Green Fund
Jessica Judd
Patron of The Danny Green Fund

JESSICA JUDD

Jessica Judd is an English middle-distance runner who specialises in the 800 metres and cross country running. She won a Bronze Medal at the 2011 World Youth Championships and a Silver Medal at the 2012 World Junior Championships.

Amy Marren, Patron of The Danny Green Fund
Amy Marren
Patron of The Danny Green Fund

AMY MARREN

Amy Marren is a British Para-Swimmer who became the SM9 200m individual medley world champion at the 2013 IPC Swimming World Championships. At the same championships she also won Gold in the S9 100m butterfly as well as being a part of the British women's relay teams who won both the 4 x 100m freestyle relay and the 4 x 100m medley relay (which broke the existing world record by 6 seconds, set by Great Britain in 2011). She also won Silver medals in the S9 100m backstroke and the S9 100m freestyle.

Amy claimed her first Paralympic medal in Rio 2016 when she won a bronze medal in the SM9 Women's 200m medley final.It will be the first of many Olympic medals.

Mat Whitlock, Patron of The Danny Green Fund
Max Whitlock
Patron of The Danny Green Fund

MAX WHITLOCK

Max Whitlock is a gymnast competing for Great Britain at World, Olympic and European level, and for England at the Commonwealth Games.

At the 2012 Olympic Games Max took team and pommel horse bronze medals. In 2013 he became an English and British all-around champion and European all-around silver, floor gold and pommel horse bronze medal winner. He then went on to take silver on pommel and 4th all-around at the 2013 World Championships. In 2014 Max again won the British all-around title and then European pommel gold before taking Commonwealth all-around, floor and team gold and World Championship all-around silver. In 2015 he won World Championships team silver, floor silver and became pommel horse world champion.,

In 2016 Max has continued to go from strength to strength, making his mark again on the world scene at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio, by becoming a double Olympic champion on pommel and floor, as well as claiming an incredible all-around bronze.

We are proud and grateful for our Patrons' support. Together, we will make a difference!