The Premier League footballers on Sunday were present at a fund raising reception in London as ambassadors for the campaign Football Fighting Ebola.
According to Evening Standard, Cole and Clyne have been working to raise awareness for King’s Sierra Leone Partnership who have been on the frontline tackling Ebola in West Africa.
Cole, whose mother Selina lives in Sierra Leone, said: “It is an issue very close to my heart. I want to help in any way I can in the fight against Ebola.
The King’s Sierra Leone Partnership is part of King’s Health Partners, a combination of King’s College London, and three NHS Foundation trusts.
Dr Claire Ferraro, who is part of the team at King’s Sierra Leone Partnership, added: “We are extremely grateful for the support of Carlton, Nathaniel and their colleagues.
“The football community can play an important role in reminding people that we still have a huge amount of work to do in Sierra Leone - both to get to the end of this outbreak, and to help rebuild the local health system once it is over.”