WBU boxing champion Rock Blackwell has become the face of Cameroon, Africa’s ‘My Sister Cares Foundation’.
The My Sister Cares Foundation is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to giving food, shelter and clothing to orphans in Africa. The My Sister Cares Foundation wants to offer a second chance to orphans by building a safe environment that they can call home. Their first orphanage will be built in the South west region of Cameroon, in a small city called Muea. Rock Blackwell not only committed to donating $65,000 to help buy food, oil, school supplies, computers for the My Sister Cares Foundation’s orphanage, The champ also will be traveling to Africa in the summer of 2016 to help build the foundation’s first orphanage and rebuild others in Cameroon.
Blackwell will also hanging out with the children of Cameroon as he teaches the children of the orphanage boxing, health and nutrition, gives out autographed boxing gloves, and more.
Rock Blackwell, whose heritage is from Yehuda, Isreal, understands and has a deep connection with the suffering that his people are going through. He believes that helping the people of Cameroon is part of his destiny.