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Serena Williams to Assist the Underprivileged

Serena Williams in Jamaica

Being a star does not only mean driving luxury cars, living in mansions, wearing expensive dresses and winning titles. It also implies assisting those in need, being the voice of the voiceless and spreading happiness around the world. Serena Williams, the tennis icon surely understand this since she decided to partner with Helping Hands Jamaica, a non-profit organisation, in order to build the New Salt Marsh.

Primary and Infant School in Trelany.
Motivated by her two main objectives which are: ensuring equal access to education and helping individuals and communities affected by senseless violence, the 6 times winner of the prestigious tennis competition has dedicated part of her wealth to assist the underprivileged.
Sean Paul and others Jamaican stars assisting  Serena
During this third expedition, Serena was accompanied by a crew of Jamaican stars like
Sean Paul, Warren Weir and Yohan Blake who came to help their sister in this Charity work.



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