Our Ambassadors

Meet our wonderful Ambassadors who are leading the charge in the fight against cancer!

Hayley & Lauren – Adelady

Our bright and bubbly Adelady girls, Hayley and Lauren, are back for their fifth year as TLT ambassadors! You may recognise the girls from their weekly TV show on Channel 9 or their magazine and socials celebrating the best of Adelaide! Raising an incredible $150,000 for cancer research in the last four years with partners G-Fresh, they are continuing to #ForkCancer to stop the heartbreak this terrible disease causes families.

Will McDonald

Channel 9 news presenter Will McDonald is a proud ambassador for cancer research. At only 42, Will was given a life-changing prostate cancer diagnosis. Early in Will’s journey, he was given frank news about his diagnosis: it is incurable. He would only ever be in remission. But his positivity wasn’t about to accept that outlook; and with medical research, he knows he has hope.

Megan potter

SA Woman of the Year Award in the Rise Up category, Megan Potter, is joining the fight against cancer. Megan is a triple threat beauty therapist, makeup artist and personal stylist, and began her business bearing her name in 2013 as a personal stylist. She has since grown her small styling business into a successful organic cosmetics company. Like most of us, Megan has loved ones who’s lives have been affected by cancer. That’s why Megan is going to #ForkCancer by getting together with her friends and family to enjoy a bite to eat and fundraise for lifesaving research.

elle mcdonald

We’re excited to welcome the dynamic Adelaide Thunderbirds player, Elle McDonald, to #ForkCancer. Elle is a fighter on the court in her role as wing attack and centre, and we know she will be bringing that same fighting grit and determination to raise funds for cancer prevention, detection, treatment and eventually, a cure! We are proud to have Elle as the face our our Principal Charity Partnership between The Hospital Research Foundation Group and Netball SA and Adelaide Thunderbirds in 2022.