The Tesco Mum of the Year Awards has celebrated over 80 amazing women since it launched in 2006
Louise founded a charity to cheer up all the ‘little troopers’ with a parent in the
army after seeing how hard her daughter found it having her dad on the frontline.
Knowing first-hand the huge financial strain on many families with a child in
hospital, Julie offers support through the Leon Heart Fund, in memory of her 13-year-old son.
Kate runs pioneering work experience that helps people with learning difficulties
gain self-confidence, qualifications and jobs.
Selfless mum-of-four Gail has raised £1.2 million to help make wishes come true
for hundreds of seriously and terminally ill children – all from her own front room.
When she almost lost her baby to cot death, Natasha helped rewrite the rules at
her local ambulance service and started life-saving baby resuscitation classes for other parents.
Sandra knows how worrying and isolating it can be to have a child with epilepsy,
which is why she runs a helpline and support groups that give parents and those with epilepsy help – and hope.
She’s a household name who uses her charitable clout to help vulnerable people of all ages
Emma’s young son was diagnosed with a rare disease that would make him go
blind, so she raised £400,000 to fund vital research and the world’s first clinical trial for a gene replacement therapy.