Team Canada

Our team at Samaritan’s Feet have devoted themselves to serving those in need and helping others around the world to do the same. Each of our ambassadors brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to a diverse and unique organization that is changing the lives of people around the world.

Jon Sarpong, President

Jon Sarpong is the President of Samaritan’s Feet Canada. He was introduced to SFC, through work at INSPIRE Church, a community-focused congregation located in Toronto’s Humber Summit neighborhood, where he serves as Lead Pastor. As a passionate community organizer and advocate, Jon recognized the ability of SFC to encourage community building and service through the shoe distributions and affiliated events at the heart of the SFC mission. With a vision of connecting as many Canadians as possible to SFC, Jon manages many of the organization’s governmental and community partnerships, linking SFC with the families and individuals most in need of support.

Charles Sue-Wah-Sing, Vice-President

Charles is Vice-President of Samaritan’s Feet Canada and oversees marketing and outreach initiatives. His goal is to build awareness and partnerships for Samaritan’s Feet in Canada. Charles has always found his way towards inspiring children and youth to be the best versions of themselves. Whether it be coaching youth sports, education or life coaching, he believes every child deserves a chance. And Samaritan’s Feet is another way that fulfills his purpose.

Jeff Dockeray, Director, Athletic Outreach

More than a decade ago, Coach Doc became deeply inspired by an ESPN documentary on Samaritan’s Feet. He subsequently joined Samaritan’s Feet USA’s outreach at the NCAA Final Four in Detroit that year and was immediately drawn to its founder Manny Ohonme and his passion and vision while working with NCAA media personalities at that event. It was truly an inspirational and impactful event in his life! Coach Doc has distributed basketball supplies, shoes, and gear to those “in need” within his basketball programs for many years, and is uniquely aware of the immediate need within our communities. Professionally, Doc produces platforms in sports and culinary media, marketing and events. Coach Doc remains a long standing coach in Ontario Basketball, and proud to have strong associations with provincial, national, and international coaches.

Jon Sarpong, President

Jon Sarpong is the President of Samaritan’s Feet Canada. He was introduced to SFC, through work at INSPIRE Church, a community-focused congregation located in Toronto’s Humber Summit neighborhood, where he serves as Lead Pastor. As a passionate community organizer and advocate, Jon recognized the ability of SFC to encourage community building and service through the shoe distributions and affiliated events at the heart of the SFC mission. With a vision of connecting as many Canadians as possible to SFC, Jon manages many of the organization’s governmental and community partnerships, linking SFC with the families and individuals most in need of support.

Charles Sue-Wah-Sing, Vice-President

Charles is the Vice-President for Samaritan’s Feet Canada and oversees marketing and outreach initiatives. His goal is to build awareness and partnerships for Samaritan’s Feet in Canada. Charles has always found his way towards inspiring children and youth to be the best versions of themselves. Whether it be coaching youth sports, education or life coaching, he believes every child deserves a chance. And Samaritan’s Feet is another way that fulfills his purpose.

Jeff Dockeray, Director, Athletic Outreach

More than a decade ago, Coach Doc became deeply inspired by an ESPN documentary on Samaritan’s Feet. He subsequently joined Samaritan’s Feet USA’s outreach at the NCAA Final Four in Detroit that year and was immediately drawn to its founder Manny Ohonme and his passion and vision while working with NCAA media personalities at that event. It was truly an inspirational and impactful event in his life! Coach Doc has distributed basketball supplies, shoes, and gear to those “in need” within his basketball programs for many years, and is uniquely aware of the immediate need within our communities. Professionally, Doc produces platforms in sports and culinary media, marketing and events. Coach Doc remains a long standing coach in Ontario Basketball, and proud to have strong associations with provincial, national, and international coaches.