Patrons & Ambassadors
The support of our patrons and ambassadors is invaluable to the success of our work. They help to increase the profile of our Hospice and provide their time and effort to further our cause.
Host of Radio City's breakfast show.
Leanne grew up in the theatre and TV industry before landing her role in Radio. She became a Patron for our hospice back in 2014 and has done so much to support & promote our work as well as getting herself & her family involved in fundraising.
Local BBC radio star and comedian.
Willie Miller has been a long-standing friend of Zoë’s Place and has helped to raise many thousands of pounds through his very own Monday Club and by hosting local charity events and dinners.
Joe is best known for his time as a player at Everton FC.
He has also managed a number of famous football clubs although his greatest success remains his FA Cup triumph in 1995 as manager of Everton. Zoë’s Place Liverpool is honoured to have support from one of football’s true legends.
Lady Caroline Derby
With three children of her own, Lady Derby feels that the role of the Hospice is absolutely vital. Consequently, she has been immensely supportive of our work. Zoë’s Place is extremely grateful to Lady Derby for her involvement with us.
Camilla Al Fayed
Camilla, along with her father Mohamed Al Fayed, has been a supporter of Zoë's Place since 1996. They make regular donations through the Al Fayed Charitable Foundation and as a result of their help we have been able to do so much, for example we completed a large scale redevelopment of our hospice which was officially opened by Camilla in 2011. Our vastly improved environment now means that we can dedicate spaces for new and additional activities and care services.