Serena Williams Helps Volunteers Build the Salt Marsh Primary School In Jamaica
If the 21 Grand Slam titles and thousands of accolades weren’t enough for you, here’s another reason to love Serena Williams.
The tennis star is building a school in Jamaica. That’s right, people. Not only did her foundation help fund the project, but Forewoman ‘Rena was ready to work on Monday with her tool belt and goggles.
Partnering with Helping Hands Jamaica, Serena and a group of volunteers helped build the Salt Marsh Primary School. In case, you don’t believe me or just want to see Serena in all her HGTV-esque glory, she posted a video on her Facebook page.
The only thing more impressive than her incredible achievements on the court, might be her generosity off it.
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