The altruist with a reputation for lending time and resources to help others find their place in the world.

Winner

BECKY HEWITT
CEO of Changing Faces


Becky is the CEO of Changing Faces, the UK’s leading charity for the 1.3 million people in the UK with a visible difference: a mark, scar or condition that makes them look different. They provide advice, support and mental health services to children, young people and adults. They challenge discrimination and campaign for Face Equality: a world that truly values and respects people who look different.

Nominees

JULIET HUGHES-HALLETT
Co-founder of Smart Works


Lady Hughes-Hallett is the Chair and Co-founder of Smart Works Charity. After a career that started at Vogue and included running her own successful business, Juliet joined the charity as a dressing volunteer ten years ago. It was to be a new and lasting passion, fuelling the foundation of Smart Works through a desire to help more women by bringing their service to other areas of the UK.
HEATHER STEVENS
Co-founder and Chairman of The Waterloo Foundation


Heather is a philanthropist and Co-founder and chairman of The Waterloo Foundation, an independent grant-making foundation that awards organisations in the UK and internationally. TWF award global organisations that address the disparity of opportunities and wealth, and the unsustainable use of the world’s natural resources.