Jules Breach joins our team as Street Child United Ambassador

Posted on the 15th February 2019

Sport presenter Jules Breach has thrown her support behind our campaign for the rights and protection of street-connected young people by becoming an Ambassador for Street Child United. Earlier in the year, Jules supported the Street Child Cricket World Cup London and Cambridge 2019 by starring in a promotional video for the upcoming event.

Jules is a trained broadcast journalist who presents BT’s Sport Score, Premier League TV’s Fan Zone and The Fantasy Premier League Show, as well as recently presenting Optus’ World Cup coverage from Australia.

Expressing her commitment to helping us change the way street-connected young people are seen and treated, Jules said: “Street Child United is an amazing charity using sport to give street-connected young people a chance to speak out and show the world their potential. I’m excited to work with Street Child United to tell these young people’s stories and show what changes need to be made to support and protect street-connected children.”

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