Jake who plays Max Branning in the BBC long-
running series Eastenders, is one of the lead actors
in this soap. Jake is passionate about the charity
and does what he can, when he can.
In the summer, he lit up an event that was staged for
the charity, The public really love this man and Jake
helped the charity raise £3.500 on the day. A top
man who is one of your own.
Andrew is a consultant in environmental law and
works with the real estate, planning, corporate,
energy, resources and infrastructure groups within a
leading international law firm.
Maddie is our youngest patron. For a tiny girl,
Maddie has the biggest heart. She is a credit to all
the teenagers out there. Along with her Mum & Dad,
Jo & Tony, they attend all function and events that
are laid on for the charity
Since leaving Eastenders, she is going strength to
strength in her acting career. Good luck to our
Please meet our newest patron Kevin. His company
Cash 4 Clothes Bermondsey are proud official
sponsors of UK Homes 4 Heroes Pride & Passion.
Gary owns Winklebury Cycles in Basingstoke. He is
a real gent with a heart of gold. In the summer the
lads from the Irish guards and the UKH4H
committee did a sponsored bike ride from Paris to
London and raised £3.500. For the charity, Gary
supplied everything that the riders needed, top of
the range mountain bikes, helmets and even cream
for the nether regions! Recently he donated a
mountain bike for the raffle and supplied the buffet,
for the fundraising event in Old Basing, Royal British
Legion club. What a star!
Meet sniffer dog Jamie - our four- legged patron!
Also Jamie is the official Pearly King of UKH4H!
Jamie fought the Taliban for almost three years,
nearly triple the time of the his longest-serving
human comrades! He's the longest-serving British
Army member in Afghanistan - and all he asks is a
bowl of food a day and a soggy old tennis ball!
Barry, through his company F.A Albin & Sons, repatriated all our fallen heroes from the Armed services. Find out more on our 'Friends' page.
It is with great sadness that Barry passed away in 2015, but his legacy will always be appreciated.