Retired track star turned artiste and producer Usain Bolt is once again giving back to his Alma Mater, William Knibb Memorial High School in Falmouth Trelawny.
During his visit to the school yesterday (Oct 19), Bolt announced that the institution will receive a multimillion-dollar donation from not only himself, but from the Digicel Foundation, and sports gear manufacturer PUMA.
He said, “I am donating $2 million to the sports programme, Digicel is going to, as of today, provide free Internet service, a saving to the school of $2 million annually; and PUMA, which has been my sponsor over the years, will be providing sporting apparel for all the teams”.
Principal of William Knibb was moved by the donations and said it will help with the school’s. “I cannot give enough thanks to all involved. It’s good to have somebody like Usain in your corner”.