Anthony Lynn is the head coach of the Los Angeles Chargers, and just because the season ended for the Chargers back in January, the former Red Raider running back has been hard at work building for the next season.

After a couple rounds of OTAs, though, he gets a nice chunk of time to rest and relax before training camp.

Where is Coach Lynn going to rest? Tanzania. How is he going to relax? By building a school for kids who would otherwise be going into the military as teenagers or becoming victims of sex trafficking.

The Lynn Family Foundation has partnered with the nonprofit Common Threadz to build the school. Lynn himself will spend a week there getting it ready and opening the school on June 29th.

The school will be Kindergarten through 7th grade, but the goal is to expand to 12th grade, Lynn told the OC Register.

Before he heads abroad to the school, Lynn will host a gold tournament in Grapevine, Texas to raise funds for it.

If you want to learn more about the initiatives of Lynn's foundation or donate, you can check out the Lynn Family Foundation website.

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