Ania Sowinski is a 25 year old actress who lives and
works in London. She came up with the idea behind Homes of Hope and is extremely passionate about making a
real difference to the lives of the thousands of helpless
children who are affected by HIV/AIDS.
Annie Ross Jones is
a Science /Chemistry teacher who lives and works in London -
she has also worked in Mongolia for Raleigh International.
She has travelled extensively through places yet unknown to
Starbucks and is delighted to be part of such a worthwhile
Holly Davidson is a 25 year old actress who lives in London. She
chose to work on this project because she loves being with
children. Rather than giving money to a charity this gives
her the opportunity to give help first hand, in what
promises to be an amazing experience.
Stevenson is a Specialist Nurse Practitioner, and as
part of her nursing career, she has looked after HIV
patients and their families, both in the UK and in Africa.
Jane fell in love with Africa when working there previously,
and is looking forward to going back… but this time as a
Meehan works in Human Resource Management. She enjoys
travel with a purpose and is really looking forward to being
part of the Homes of Hope team.
Peter Gibbons is a
Radio/TV Producer and Publican. He has worked for the BBC
since he was 13 and shows no signs of letting up. Along with
some friends he owns a part share of a great pub in Barnes
called 'The Rose'. Pete says himself that his DIY skills are not the
best so he'll be taking a new book along with him...
'Building for Dummies'.
Frost is a devoted mother to 4 children, fashion
designer and actress. Sadie is currently working alongside
numerous charities including PETA and Amnesty International.
After returning from a visit to Tanzania , where she visited
a number of schools and orphanages, she was totally inspired
and can't wait to get her hands dirty in South Africa.
Sarah-Jane Potts is an actress, but
more importantly a full time mum to her 20 month old son,
Buster. This will be her first experience of working with a
charity and laying bricks!!
Simon Jones is 28 and works as a Lecturer/Researcher at Thames Valley University. Over the
past five years he has worked on a number of programmes
aimed at improving the quality of life of people living with
HIV in London. He's really looking forward to
helping make a tangible difference to the lives of children in
is a 24 year-old Systems Analyst. Although not having
previously undertaken any major charity work, she could not
turn down the opportunity to be part of such a remarkable
project that is Homes of Hope.