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Cris Carter is on the phone, asking for help – for others.
this week, warming to his theme. “We just can’t go through it and act as if we don’t care. Everyone can have some type of impact.”
Carter, 54, is one of several “Gold Jackets” supporting Project Isaiah, a charitable organization established during the coronavirus pandemic to provide free, boxed meals to people in need and keep food-service workers employed. The brainchild of investment banker Michael Klein, the project since its launch in April has provided more than 1.7 million meals in 11 cities with underserved communities that have been hit particularly