Swiss tennis player Roger Federer has been involved with numerous philanthropic efforts since forming his foundation in 2004.
His primary focus with the foundation is to improve education for children, especially in places where they have extremely limited access.
In the past 15 years, Federer has opened schools all over the world. In Malawi, in Southen Africa, Federer has already built over 50 preschools.
During one of his visits to the schools in Malawi, Federer said, “I’m so happy and emotional that I can see a preschool of this quality here–it’s quite extraordinary. The community is so committed to helping the kids, it’s so important (as) the foundation for learning
In 2015, the Roger Federer Foundation said that they hoped to be feeding and teaching one million kids by 2018.The goal seemed incredible, but the foundation was able to make it happen by the time that they promised.
In a statement after the goal was completed, Roger Federer Foundation CEO Janine Händel said that it took a lot of hard work to see their task through.
Federer has won 20 Grand Slam singles titles, which is the most in history by a male player, and has held the world’s top spot in the ATP rankings for a record total of 310 weeks.He is also the only person to have won the BBC Overseas Sports Personality of the Year award four times.