Welwyn Garden City sprinter Jodie Williams named charity ambassador
WGC Olympic hopeful Jodie Williams has become the first ever ambassador of a muscular dystrophy charity.
The Herts Pheonix sprinter, 100m and 200m World Youth champion, was named the inaugural ambassador of the Muscle Help Foundation, at a glitzy charity fundraiser in London.
Jodie said she was thrilled to be made an ambassador.
“It is a pleasure for me to be able to put something back into the community that has helped me achieve my goals,” she said.
“I hope to be able to do whatever I can to help this charity achieve its goals for many years to come.”
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Michael McGrath, chief executive of the Muscle Help Foundation, said: “I am delighted that Jodie Williams has agreed to become our first Muscle Help Foundation ambassador.
“This is a long-term commitment on both sides and we’re really looking forward to working closely together on a number of initiatives that will not only raise further awareness about the vital work of the charity but also engage children from an educational perspective.”
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