John Hibbs Charity CEO

John Hibbs

Founder & CEO
John Hibbs, the founder of The Hibbs Lupus Trust, established the charity in October 2011. As the driving force behind the Trust, he shapes our strategic vision, oversees daily operations, and provides the inspiring leadership necessary to make a difference in the lives of those affected by lupus.

John's ability to forge meaningful partnerships at both local and national levels has significantly boosted our fundraising efforts and awareness campaigns. In this digital age, he has skilfully utilised social media and our online platform to raise the profile of lupus, pioneering initiatives such as the first lupus awareness event hosted by Sarah Brown at Downing Street in 2009, coordinated entirely through Twitter.

Committed to fundraising, John has tackled numerous physical challenges, including three London Marathons, a 200-mile cycle journey from Lupus Way in Liverpool to Lupus Street in London, and countless half marathons, walks, and fun runs.

In recognition of John's substantial contribution to Staffordshire, he was nominated for the Staffordshire Volunteer of the Year Award in 2013. His innovative use of social media has also consistently earned him a spot on the Top 30 Social CEOs list.

To learn more about how your organisation can support The Hibbs Lupus Trust's vital mission, please do not hesitate to contact us.