New CEO for Kent-based children’s charity Tree of Hope

21 Feb 2024

Kent-based children’s charity Tree of Hope has announced Becky Andrew as their new CEO.

Becky is a passionate and values-driven charity leader with over 14 years’ experience building and managing teams, programmes and services within the youth and education charity sector.

Most recently she served as Director of Operations at The Diana Award, a youth social action charity, where she played a pivotal role in driving the organisation’s growth and impact globally over her nine-year tenure.

Prior to her role at The Diana Award Becky led operations, events and networks at The Teaching Awards Trust, overseeing and delivering high profile events across the UK, including the BBC-televised National Teaching Awards.

Tree of Hope is a charity which helps families fundraise for children with healthcare needs and provides charity status to benefit from gift aid, corporate support while also providing donor reassurance.


Becky, who lives in Tunbridge Wells said: ‘I feel privileged to be joining the Tree of Hope team and building on the incredible work they are already doing to support children and families across the UK. Every child deserves the right support to thrive, and I am committed to leveraging our collective efforts to ensure that right is realised, inspiring hope, and driving positive change for many more children and families.’

Becky Andrew


Head of Marketing & Family Support Georgie Lowry said: ‘We’re excited to have Becky onboard to take us forward on our continued journey of growth, furthering our commitment to continue supporting many more families who need our help. We feel her experience and skill set really fits with our ethos and we hope everyone will join us in making her feel welcome!’

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