A girl outside the Centrepoint Soho centre for homeless young people in the 1970s. 2019 marks Centrepoint's 50th anniversary.

Meet our Ambassadors

We are lucky to have a number of Ambassadors who have shown their support for our Independent Living Programme. 

Our Ambassadors

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Lady Kitty Spencer 

Lady Kitty Spencer was born in England and raised in South Africa. Having studied Psychology and English Literature in South Africa, Kitty then studied Art History and Italian in Florence.  On returning to the UK, she completed her Masters in Luxury Brand Management, at Regents University, undertaking a Consultancy  at The Financial Times as part of her Master’s degree.

Kitty is in demand as an international fashion and beauty icon and has worked with many of the world’s most prestigious brands including Estee Lauder, Bulgari, D&G, Vogue, Ralph Lauren, Zimmerman, Alberta Ferretti, Aquazurra and Harper’s Bazaar. In 2021 she was made D&G Global Ambassador.

In addition to Centrepoint, Lady Kitty is an Ambassador and Trustee for the Military charity Give us Time.


Jon Milward

Former equity partner and Real Estate Development lead at Drivers Jonas and Deloitte, Jon Milward is the Managing Director of Milward Associates, where he advises a diverse range of senior management teams on real estate development issues across public and private sectors.

A dual-qualified surveyor and town planner, Jon specialises in complex real estate development and regeneration projects in the UK and overseas, most often advising at the interface between developers, landowners and public authorities. 


In addition to his professional work, Jon is a Member of the Dept for International Trade’s Capital Advisory Board and is a Business Ambassador for Centrepoint Charity, having previously served two terms as a Charity Board Trustee. 

Amy Lam

Amy Lam

Amy is originally from Hong Kong, but now a resident in London. Amy is a prominent member of the Hong Kong Chinese community in London and her core business, managed with her husband Jonathan, is managing property investment funds for Hong Kong and Thai investors in the UK.  Amy has unique views and strong experience in property investment and has been involved in major acquisitions for overseas investors. She is very active in in Hong Kong, China, UK and Europe. Her philanthropic interests are mainly in supporting education, the arts and youth homelessness.

Amy is patron of The Prince’s Foundation and was appointed a JST President in 2018, as a founding member of the International Advisory Council. She also was the main patron of the Philharmonia Orchestra’s 75th Anniversary, celebrated in Buckingham Palace, in the presence of its patron HRH The Prince of Wales. She is also a keen supporter of the Elton John Foundation, The Elephant Family and the Eva Longoria Foundation. Amy Lam is married to Jonathan Lam and has 2 children, Anice age 19 and Johnson age 17.