Former AC Milan midfielder and Leone Stars player, Rodney Strasser, has made a significant donation to the Princess Christian Maternity Hospital (PCMH) in Freetown.

Rodney Strasser Foundation and the Sick Pikin Project, generously donated a 100 KVA generator and 325 liters of diesel fuel to the Princess Christian Maternity Hospital (PCMH) on May 13, 2014.

The donation was prompted by a viral post highlighting the hospital’s frequent electricity outages, which deeply resonated with Strasser, who was born at PCMH. He emphasized his commitment to helping those in need, citing his football career as a means to support others.

Dr. Jeredine George, who initiated the post about the hospital’s energy needs, expressed gratitude for Strasser’s swift response, emphasizing the significant impact the donation would have on the hospital’s operations and patient care.

Ishmael Alfred Charles from the Sick Pikin Project praised Strasser’s generosity and highlighted the project’s contribution of 325 liters of fuel to support the generator’s operation.

Dr. Amadu Sesay, upon receiving the generator, thanked Strasser and the Sick Pikin Project for their invaluable contribution, recognizing the positive difference it would make in addressing the hospital’s energy challenges and enhancing healthcare delivery.

Strasser, known for his illustrious football career, has deep roots in Freetown, having been born at PCMH and raised in the Crojimmy neighborhood in Eastend Freetown.

His connection to his hometown drives his commitment to supporting initiatives that improve the well-being of the community.