My proudest moment since working at Missing People was watching the final performance of BGT on the telly last year. I was at home with my family (full of no less than 40 people) and there wasn’t a dry eye in the house – including me. I felt so many emotions, pride, sadness, joy and hope – and afterwards, my family had so many questions about what we do and how we go about doing it, I felt so honoured and humbled to be able to speak at length about our work. In the days that followed I also had many friends and family contact me asking me about BGT/our charity and saying how moved they were by the performance. It was a dazzling spotlight moment for our charity to be recognised in this way and I’m so glad that we got to be a part of it!