Deonte Harris, a Pro Bowl return man for the New Orleans Saints who originally hails from Baltimore, is helping provide food for those facing food insecurity as COV-19 continues to strain wallets and resources across the world.
According to the NFL Network's Mike Garafolo, Harris is working with local food banks in New Orleans and Charm City to provide 10,000 meals to the two communities.
More good work: #Saints All-Pro and Pro Bowler Deonte Harris is helping to feed the hungry in both New Orleans and his hometown of Baltimore. Working with local food banks, Harris’s financial contribution will provide over 10,000 meals to two communities in dire need.— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) March 29, 2020
Harris was an undrafted rookie free agent just one year ago, and was a D-II player at Assumption College prior to that. Now, he joins a growing list of athletes to step up for the communities during the pandemic.
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