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Raheem Sterling Helps Jamaican School Kids

Former Manchester United super star David Beckham said yesterday that he will donate all of his salary that he is going to earn from PSG to a French charity. But even before this, Liverpool winger Raheem Sterling helped Jamaican school kids by paying up for their studies.

Raheem sterling helps Jamaican Kids

The England international, who recently signed a new contract with Liverpool is a regular first team player for the Reds under the guidance of his manager Brendan Rodgers this season.

He earns £40,000-a-week with Liverpool, it has been revealed that Sterling is going to spend most of that money to help village kids in Jamaica to get their education.

His mother also praised him for his good works,

She said:

“He is definitely a positive influence. He was born and bred in Maverley.”

“I started suggesting to him it would be great to go back to Jamaica and talk to the kids about working hard for success and not giving up on their dreams.”



Sterling was born in Jamaica but moved to London when he was five years old.