The Asamoah Gyan Foundation on Monday 30th November 2020 at the premises of the Inus Company in Accra supported promising Ghanaian-born American boxer, Joseph Awinongya Jr., with a $7000 donation.
Present at the ceremony were Olympic bound 19-year-old Samuel Takyi, Carl Lokko of the Bronx Gym, Randy Afriyie, Mohammed Amin Lamptey, boxing enthusiasts and some members of the Ghana Boxing Supporters Union (GBSU).
Executive Directors of the Foundation, Messrs Baffour Gyan and Samuel Anim Addo presented a dummy cheque to Mustapha Nettey a member of Team Awinongya who thanked the Foundation and prayed that their relationship would yield positive results.
He also announced that Awinongya Jr. is preparing for the next national championship to select future amateur boxers to represent the United States of America (USA).
Anim Addo also spoke at the event promising that the Foundation will continue to look out for budding talents and support them, pointing to how they identified young sportsmen like boxer John Laryea, footballer Matthew Anim Cudjoe and the rising star Joseph Awinongya Jr. who has been decorated with many boxing titles.
He further revealed the opening of a new office in Illinois, in the United States of America (USA) and the launching the Asamoah Gyan Foundation website.