FRESH FROM her stellar performance at this year’s Australian Open, tennis champ Serena Williams has flown to Jamaica to help build a school.
The World No.1’s charity, The Serena Williams Fund, has partnered with Helping Hands Jamaica to build the Salt Marsh Primary School in Usain Bolt’s hometown of Trelawny.
“Enjoyable work,” the 34-year-old wrote on Instagram accompanied by a video of her painting a wall in the educational institution. “Serena Williams funds third school. This time we partnered with Helping Hands Jamaica to build the Salt Marsh Primary Schhol #swf #education.”
Jamaican track stars, Yohan Blake and Warren Weir were also members of the hardworking team.
“Buildin time out in Trelawny,” Warren wrote on his Instagram profile with an image of the group.