BCT Ambassadors

We long see the worldwide Church leading the way in building a local and global society where children at risk are loved, safe, nurtured and free to reach their God-given potential. But we cannot achieve this alone.

So we partner with individuals in the UK – our Ambassadors – who share our vision and want to give marginalised children a voice in their churches and communities. Our Ambassadors represent BCT, raise the profile of our work and help to mobilise their churches to meet the needs of marginalised children.

Want to find out more? Here’s what you could do as an Ambassador…

Do you share our vision? We would love to have you as part of our network of Ambassadors. Partner with us, share about our work in your church or community, and speak up for marginalised children. Together, we can help restore children’s lives. Drop us a line…

Below, you can meet some of our fabulous Ambassadors.


Josi and John (2nd and 3rd from the left), with Susie Howe and other friends of BCT.

John and Josi Nyström

Long-term Ambassadors, John and Josi, laid on an evening to remember with their ROOTS event at St Luke’s Church, West Norwood. John and Josi hosted and paid for the event, which included a presentation on BCT’s work from our Director, Susie Howe, and an electrifying set from singer-songwriter, Ben Okafor. ROOTS was a terrific event in itself, and it was hugely helpful in raising funds and awareness for the work of BCT and our partners. Find out more about John and Josi.


Hilda Oliver

Hilda is a young and spritely lady in her 90s who is totally sold out on championing BCT at her Methodist church and at the residential home where she lives in Teddington. Find out more about Hilda.

Zach and Ivy

Zach and Ivy

Zach and Ivy

Perhaps our youngest Ambassadors, Zach and Ivy are living proof that we should never underestimate children. By hosting a coffee and cakes morning, nine year-old Zach raised well over ÂŁ1,000 for PCM’s gardening and childhood nutrition project. Not to be outdone, his six year-old sister held a similar event ant raised nearly ÂŁ900 to enable Wukwashi to buy wheelchairs for disabled children!

BCT needs people from all walks of life who will speak up for marginalised children. Could you raise awareness of BCT’s work in your church and amongst your friends?

Find out more about an Ambassador’s role, here.

And if you want to explore becoming a BCT Ambassador, then contact us today:

I love what BCT are doing! Please contact me about how I can serve as a BCT Ambassador.


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