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OUR TEAM

Mothers4Children is fortunate to receive the support of a diverse and committed group of Directors, Committee Members and Trustees who help us in a variety of ways. All of whom act as Ambassadors in promoting our work and give their time to us for free.


Board Of Directors

The Board consists of 4 caring, working mums who believe the constant love, care and nurturing of children should be a concern for all, and together as a community of women, can facilitate tremendous change. They donate and dedicate their time to making Mothers4Children a successful platform to help the cause that is the welfare of children. They meet regularly during year to consider, determine and review Mothers4Children strategies, events, partnerships, and fundraising opportunities.

Lisa B

Founder / Executive Director

Author, model, actress & Mother of Three


“We have a lot of amazing women supporting and I believe that Mothers4Children will grow and grow and become this wonderful platform for change that everyone will recognise with love at its heart.”

Natalie Massenet

Trustee / Director

Founder of Net-a-Porter.com & Mother of Two


‘I believe any woman instinctively wants to nurture a child in need and every child should have the right to the unconditional love a mother can offer. For me Mothers4Children will offer the nurturer in all of us the chance to make a significant and positive difference in the lives of so many young people who do not have the advantages of our own children.’

Yasmin Lebon

Trustee / Director

Supermodel & Mother of Three


'Mothers joined together as a force to highlight the plights of less fortunate children –the orphaned, disabled, abused, impoverished and those faced with life threatening illness is incredibly powerful & enduring.'

Anya Hindmarch

Trustee / Director

Accessories Designer & Mother of Five


'Mothers4Children appeals to every mother that is lucky enough to have healthy children and wants to help others not so fortunate.'