Thames Hospice welcomes new ambassadors
Thames Hospice is delighted to announce that Lord and Lady Ranger have agreed to become Thames Hospice Ambassadors. The couple have been key supporters of the Hospice since 2019 and became Founding Patrons last year. Their ambassadorial role will include helping to raise awareness of the charity’s work and inform the local community of the support available through the Hospice.
Lord Ranger said: “Renu and I visited Thames Hospice’s new state-of-the-art facilities last summer (when it was safe to do so) and were truly inspired by the incredible work of this much loved local charity. It provided us with the opportunity to learn more about the services and see first-hand the compassionate care and support the Hospice provides to the local community. Their work is fundamental in supporting families through the most traumatic time.”
Debbie Raven, Thames Hospice Chief Executive, said: “We are absolutely thrilled to have Lord and Lady Ranger on board as official Hospice Ambassadors and look forward to working with them both.”
Lord Rami Ranger CBE, FRSA is a British Peer and a successful businessman who runs Sun Mark Ltd and has been honoured by Her Majesty the Queen on eight occasions. Six times for business, and twice personally for community services. He was made Commander of the British Empire in 2016, is married to Renu and they have three daughters.
Currently, he is the Patron of the Conservative Friends of India, an Ambassador for the Conservative Party's Treasurer, Patron of Combat Stress, Fellow of The Prince's Trust, Chairman of the British Sikh Association, Chairman of the Pakistan, India & UK Friendship Forum.
Lady Renu Ranger is Head of HR Dept. at Sunmark Ltd and is also the Company Secretary for group companies and undertakes philanthropic work.