Liverpool defender, Kolo Toure has opened up on his plan to throw a Christmas party for as much as 100 orphans back at his home country, Ivory Coast.
Already taking care of the 100 orphans by providing a shelter and offering regular stipends, Kolo Toure told the Daily Mirror he sure has plans to do more for the sake of charity.
“I’ve been looking after them by providing food and a small house, which is not great to be honest but is something which can help them because Crystal (the woman running the project) has about 100 kids.
“I am able to help them. Every month I send money to ensure they can have a good life and I will try to do that as long as I can provide.
“We are not perfect but if you can still help people you help them and I will always help people who are honest and those kids have done nothing.
“Everything I do on my own and I’ve never really talked about it but with Christmas coming it is a good time to do something.
“With Christmas coming I’ve tried to organise a Christmas party for them.
“I’d like to organise one or two big events, like a dinner, to raise money for a nice place for them to live and invest money to generate more for them.”
Many are keen to see more players in privileged position to emulate the good gesture shown by Kolo Toure.