Future Dreams House | Official Opening

Corporate & Charity

A Message From PTP

On behalf of my favourite charity, Future Dreams - "We are thrilled to announce that today, Elizabeth Hurley Global Ambassador of The Estée Lauder Companies Breast Cancer Campaign, officially opened Future Dreams House; a beautiful and relaxing space for those touched by breast cancer to get the vital physical, emotional and practical support and advice they need. Spread over four floors, Future Dreams House will be a haven for thousands of people affected by breast cancer – providing a warm and friendly space that offers a relaxed, comfortable and non-clinical place to form friendships and find support from the breast cancer community. To make the opening of Future Dreams House possible, Estée Lauder Companies donated £500,000 over five years to support the work of breast cancer charity, Future Dreams, in refurbishing the central London site in Kings Cross into a destination where those experiencing breast cancer can go to for help and advice. Visitors will be able to access practical breast cancer support services including bra and wig fitting advice, body image and confidence workshops, yoga and nutritional advice. All activities will be booked in advance and the majority of sessions will be streamed online so everyone can be involved, regardless of where they live. To mark the opening of the site, Elizabeth Hurley was photographed alongside Future Dreams ‘& Then Came Breast Cancer’ podcast host, Victoria Derbyshire, Future Dreams trustee Spencer Leslie and his daughter Amy Leslie and President of ELC UK & Ireland Sue Fox. They were also joined by TV doctor, GP and broadcaster Dr Zoe Williams and inspirational breast cancer survivors, Leanne Pero founder of Black Women Rising and Lauren Mahon founder of Girl vs. Cancer. Thank you to the wonderful brands who have supported Future Dreams House: MADE.COM; The Little Greene Paint Company; Synergy IT; @Zip Taps; Diespeker; AHMM Architects; Moduflex; Naomi Crossland Landscape Designer and Mark Enright Landscapes.”