About us Our ambassadors Our ambassadors support Sheffield Hospitals Charity by promoting our work as far and wide as possible. They're vital in helping us do even more for patients and staff in Sheffield hospitals and increase awareness of campaigns and fundraising. Johnny Nelson World champion boxer, Johnny Nelson is a Sheffield lad through and through. Born in the city, he went on to become the longest reigning world cruiserweight champion of all time and is well regarded as a legend of the sport. He's now the face of boxing for Sky Sports. He now wants to give something back to his community and is over the moon to be an ambassador for Sheffield Hospitals Charity where he can help to support local hospitals, their staff and patients. Tony Christie Music legend Tony Christie was born in South Yorkshire and spent much of his life in Sheffield. He rose to global fame with hits such as 'Las Vegas', 'I did what I did for Maria' and, most notably, '(Is this the way to) Amarillo'. As a local lad, he knows and loves the City and wanted to play his part in helping to support the people of Sheffield and its local hospitals and could think of no better way of doing this than becoming an ambassador for Sheffield Hospitals Charity. Joe Scarborough Local renowned artist, Joe Scarborough, was born in Sheffield and still lives in his hometown to this day. He is most famous for bringing to life everyday South Yorkshire scenes, as well as humorous depictions of Sheffield life. Having stayed true to his Sheffield roots, Joe is proud to be supporting Sheffield Hospitals Charity as an ambassador. He wanted to help support the community that he loves.