West Indies cricketer Marlon Samuels has made a presentation of $1.5 million dollars to Jamaica Society to the Blind through his Marlon Samuels Foundation. In addition to that donation, Samuels also presented $350,000 to a visually impaired student from Church’s Teacher’s College. The student, who Samuels learned about in the media, had difficulty paying his tuition at the tertiary institution. Samuels has lent his support to the blind community since 2013 when he suffered an eye injury while playing in the Australian Big Bash Twenty20 tournament, which left him unable to see for two weeks.