Our newest Ambassador – Dan Magness
Having experienced some of the great work delivered by the organisations in the Homeless World Cup network, Dan is proud to take on an ambassador role to help change perceptions and attitudes towards people who are experiencing homelessness.
Get to meet the ambassadors who have joined us on our journey through the years.
Athletes, actors, authors and musicians have given their valuable support as ambassadors since we began back in 2003.
“Absolutely buzzing to be the ambassador for the Homeless World Cup this year. Using the game I fell in love with as a child to help try and end homelessness, and to also help change perceptions and attitudes towards people who are experiencing homelessness. No better way to do this than through the beautiful game!”
“Everyone deserves a chance to live, to play, to dream and it is our responsibility as human beings to fight for equality. Together we can make a difference!”
“Let us use football and sport to communicate peace, development and social change. Let us join hands and join the Homeless World Cup in promoting the unique power of football.”
“Join me and become a lifetime supporter of the Homeless World Cup.”
“I have seen how the Homeless World Cup really does inspire homeless people to change the direction of their lives.”
“I support the Homeless World Cup because I want to play a part in affecting the world in a positive way.”
“We all love football and we all hate homelessness – it’s a no brainer.”
“It’s a great example of sport’s ability to impact lives, bring cultures together, and shine a light on a maginalised community that deserves attention and support.”
“I support the Homeless World Cup because I can testify as to the power of football. I know the values of team spirit, collective responsibility and working as a unit can literally change people’s lives.”
“I support the Homeless World cup because I respect and love their mission to help inspire homeless people change their lives through the sport of football.”
“This is a real, tangible change that is brought about by the passionate people at the Homeless World Cup.”