Catching up success after hard work brings up sweeter memories of the days of difficulty, right? Harris, a NFL professional player, gave up a lot of struggles in his life portraying his hard work. He knew that once he catches up the stair of success, he is going to turn around the life he had gone through. Never so far, he began his dream wish list by fixing up the carpet where he lived his young self.
As per Harris, the carpet use to be blue-green and shiny. But at the Greater Richmond (California) Interfaith Program (GRIP), the industrial weaved flooring carpet got worn out. This could be because the carpet had thousands of shoes going through it years after years for almost 20 years part.
He stated that, his family had lived there and it was one of the few shelters left over that got up people in struggle. Back during the eviction time they even had to stay in a van to cross up the night. When Harris with his mother and other 4 older siblings back down the carpet, his memories flushed up remembering those hard time. This is when he decided to do something up for the community that brought him up to the level.
Harris, after been able to take up contract or more likely partnership between his foundation and Lowe’s, Harris helped GRIP replace the carpet. This time they didn’t get up a normal carpet but a dark hardwood tile all along the 12000 square feet area that belonged to the two-storey building that he left.
His dream wasn’t destined here. People around him and his family members took up this action seriously and got his good deed to a bigger level. They started to pump up the place with various electronic items and started to distribute needy items to people who really needed them. This is when Harris got the vision and he initiated a foundation called ‘Da’ Bigger Picture Foundation’ to give up the glance of smaller actions changing life of people in bigger scale.
The total net worth of Najee Harris is $1.2 million. Najee is a sportsman who made fortune from NFL and sporting career. The NFL player played many professional games in career. He made professional debut from first round of the 2021 NFL Draft.
In a recent interview, he also denied story of sleeping on floor. Fans can go through his linktree for career and bio.