Queen Serena Williams took a break from her busy tennis schedule not to relax, but to build a school in Jamaica.

Somewhere between racking up 21 grand slam titles and slaying Super Bowl commercials, Williams is also big on giving back.

This time, Williams’ foundation teamed up with Helping Hands Jamaica to build the Salt Marsh Primary School and the champ did more than just donate money…she paid in SWEAT. 

This is the third school Williams has built through the SW Fund, an organization she founded to help “individuals or communities effected by senseless violence, and [ensure] equal access to education.”

Go Serena!

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