Footballer Turns Community Ambassador

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Raheem Sterling becomes ambassador for High Sheriff’s Police Trust . . . . by Asian Lite News

Manchester City footballer Raheem Sterling has been appointed as an ambassador for the Greater Manchester High Sheriff’s Police Trust. He was welcomed to the team by Chairman of the Trust, Chief Constable Ian Hopkins.

The 21 year old, who signed for Manchester City Football Club in 2015, has joined the Trust to work more closely with the community in which he spends a lot of time. The Greater Manchester High Sheriff’s Police Trust is a charitable organisation, which provides support and funding to a wide range of community initiatives including Picnic in the Park, Stretford Sea Cadets, We Stand Together and Boys and Girls Clubs Manchester.

Through his role as an ambassador, Raheem will attend some of the projects to see how they are helping to reduce crime and improve communities. He’ll also help to promote and raise awareness of the work being done by the charity. Chief Constable Ian Hopkins said: “We’re delighted to welcome Raheem onto our team and look forward to working alongside him to make communities of Greater Manchester safer.

Raheem Sterling said: “This is a fantastic opportunity to make a valuable contribution to the local community. The Greater Manchester High Sheriff’s Police Trust does some outstanding work in helping local people and local projects to fulfil their potential. I am delighted to be able to play my part in supporting and promoting their efforts.

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