The 21 year-old England international who was born in London to Nigerian parents, and grew up in Lagos has teamed up with BigShoe Charity to fund life changing operations for children in Kano, Nigeria.
BigShoe charity has helped more than 1,750 children around the world in need of medical surgeries since it was founded in 2006.
Saka who is among the players called up to the England squad ahead of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar said he feels blessed to be in a position where he can contribute to make the lives of the kids easier and better.
According to him, he wants to do more to help as many children as he can and have a positive impact in a country which he feels connected to.Recall Saka was a key member of the England side that reached the final of the European Championship last year but missed a penalty in the shoot-out defeat by Italy.
Officials from the Nigeria Football Federation had made a futile attempt to get Saka to commit to the Nigerian team in 2019 but he opted to represent England and made his senior debut in October, 2020.