Jessica is a patron of Weston Park Hospital Cancer Charity, and her official website is a proud affiliate.
Both Jessica and Quick Feet (who run JessicaEnnis.net) raise money for this worthy charity and will continue to do so in the future.
Weston Park Hospital is 1 of only 3 dedicated cancer hospitals in the UK and is a world leader in cancer research. We need your help to support research and improve treatment and care for people living with cancer.
Weston Park Hospital provides cancer treatment services for patients across the region - and that means Rotherham, Barnsley, Doncaster, Worksop and Chesterfield as well as Sheffield. Increasingly treatment is being delivered in your community and your local hospital all under the expertise of Weston Park Hospital specialists.
Patients come from all over the country and sometimes from abroad for the specialist treatments for which the hospital is internationally recognised.
We built the Weston Park Hospital Cancer Research Centre which opened in 1999.
There are only four places like The Children’s Hospital, Sheffield, in the whole country – it’s just for kids and has a huge range of specialist services that make it different from most hospitals.
More than 245,000 patient journeys were made to the hospital last year from all over the UK and beyond.
The Children’s Hospital Charity makes this extraordinary hospital even better, keeping its specialist services special and making the clinical more comfortable and you can help.
In December 2012 Jessica became an ambassador for Sky Sports Living for Sport saying “I want to use the momentum we all gained from the Team GB’s performance at the Olympic Games to show that sport really can make a difference to young people’s lives in so many ways. Sky Sports Living for Sport is using sport to do just that and that’s why I am really excited to have teamed up with them to get more schools all over the UK to join up.
To learn more about Sky Sports Living For Sport you can visit their website.
Jessica Ennis is a brand ambassador for Santander.
Ana Botin, Santander UK's chief executive, said:
‘I am delighted to welcome Jessica to our extraordinary Santander team, to build on the success of our existing partnerships and to form a new alliance for us, in a different sport.’
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Since 2010 Powerade has been a proud supporter of Jessica Ennis’ London 2012 Olympic journey. As the official sports drink and fitness drink of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, Powerade ION4 and Powerade Zero will be hydrating Jessica Ennis and her fellow Team GB and Paralympics GB athletes in training and competition to assist performance and aid recovery. For more information and hydration advice visit
BP is one of the world's largest energy companies, providing its customers with fuel for transportation, energy for heat and light, retail services and petrochemical products for everyday items. BP is proud to support Jessica as she prepares for the London 2012 Games. To find out more about BP’s London 2012 activities, go to http://www.bp.com/2012
Visit BP's London 2012 activities http://www.bp.com/2012