Daniel Cates with a dummy cheque for helping the CR Hope Foundation with building a school in Zanzibar. [Photo/DCF] Dan Cates is venturing into Africa not as a tourist but as an investor in doing good through his Dan Cates Foundation which was founded in 2020 and is a registered non-profit based in Ghana
Already, Dan Cates has started his foray into the East African region by donating some funds to the CR Hope Foundation which was launched in 2017
Dan Cates is coming to Africa on the premise of seeing games working for Africa
Dan “Jungleman” Cates in Africa
I know nothing about poker but I know Daniel Cates.
Dan Cates is a well-known name in the world of high-stakes poker well known as Dan “Jungleman” Cates and he is an ace in the game .
When Dan Cates found poker in high school, he jumped right in and started playing online. Because of his success in high stakes poker, the man known as “jungleman12” dropped out of college. It’s estimated that he has earned more money in high-stakes online cash games than any other player.
But, this is not the story.
Dan Cates is venturing into Africa not as a tourist but as an investor in doing good through his Dan Cates Foundation which was founded in 2020 and is a registered non-profit based in Ghana. The Dan Cates Foundation’s goal is to assist construct a world where everyone’s basic needs are addressed.The foundation works with charities that already do good work and connect with their ideals, giving basic necessities like food, water, and clothing as well as educational resources and empowerment programmes for both women and girls.Dan Cates is coming to Africa on the premise of seeing games working for Africa. He set up his Foundation to address the repercussions of the global pandemic which would have a particular impact on Africa. Because of Dan’s conviction in a unified planet, he created it as a way of encouraging people to work together for the betterment of everyone. First and foremost, he believes that everyone should have access […]
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