Aston Villa’s George Boateng Donates To Teshie Orphanage

George Boateng at Old Trafford (image via Twitter/george1boateng)

George Boateng, head coach of Aston Villa’s U-23 team, has donated assorted items to the Teshie Children’s Home.

The items included bags of rice, toiletries, drinks, bags of sachet water, cooking oil and an undisclosed amount of money.

The 45-year old former Dutch international, who is in Ghana on Christmas holidays, said he was touched by the plight of orphans, hence his decision to make the donation.

“We the players and coaches have been really lucky with the kind of life we live and the blessing we have. When you are blessed, I think it’s important to share what you have with the less-privileged people in society,” he said.

After the donation, George Boateng interacted with the children and inspired them to pursue their dreams.

See Also: Photos: Tariq Lamptey Makes Christmas Donation To Kids In Eastern Region

source: joysports

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