Usain Bolt continues to motivate and inspire the future generation.
Bolt is frequently praised for his sporting accolades but his philanthropic efforts are equally as inspiring.
On Monday the Bolt took to Instagram to share a visit to several schools in his birth parish of Trelawny.
The former sprinter visited several schools, gifting them computers. He captioned the post “Anything is possible I don’t think limits.”
The sprinter’s Usain Bolt Foundation along with Microsoft UK and Digicel powered the donation.
Some of the schools that benefited were; Granville Primary School, Albert Town Primary, Spring Garden Primary, Duanvale Primary, Waldensia Primary, Bellevue Primary, and the Falmouth All-Age school.
Bolt gave his young audience an inspiring speech, revealing aspects of his humble backgrounds.
“For me growing up wasn’t easy, it wasn’t perfect, it was hard for us. Sports really helped me to get where I am today but not everybody will be able to be a sports star,” he said.
“One thing you have to learn is that younger kids are not yet exposed to the world and they don’t know what’s out there and how big they can dream,” Bolt continued.
The Olympian has given back a lot to his birth parish over the years. Two years ago Bolt donated $1 million through his foundation to help victims of the fire that destroyed the Walker’s Place of Safety children’s home.