Borrusia Dortmund star donates money to Kenya to build a school
By Crazylass | self meida writer
Published 21 days ago - 23806 views
Football stars are fond of giving back to society when they succeed in life. So many names have done those classy acts of helping their own people at home. Didier Drogba is a good example who has built many hospitals at Ivory Coast. Sadio Mane on the other hand donates sixty percent of his salary to the poor villages where he came from. Yaya Toure has also opened health centers in their hometown. Cristiano Ronaldo is the role model of giving back to society.
Borrusia Dortmund star Jude Bellingham has joined the long list of charity footballers according to the Sun. He has donated cash to Kenya to build a school. The England star wants to build his off the pitch reputation by starting his charity work early. He might be following the footsteps of Marcus Rashford who is fighting at UK for free child meals. Jude Bellingham is under 20 years old and has already seen the goodness in charity work.
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