Chris Harris donates 10k for elevator lift to disabled quadruplets

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The Detroit Lions’ Chris Harris is making a big donation to a family with four mentally disabled teenagers. The NFL star saw a tweet that said that family needed an elevator lift for their quadruplets who suffer from cerebral palsy. The tweet was made by CBS Chicago and Harris decided to donate $10,000 to the Lukas Family. Harris said: “God has blessed me so much, there is no reason for me to be stingy.” CBS Chicago reports:

CRYSTAL LAKE, Ill. (CBS) — Former Chicago Bear Chris Harris is issuing a big donation, after seeing a tweet about a family in need of an elevator lift for their quadruplets who all suffer from cerebral palsy.

Harris, a safety who played for the Bears during the 2005-2006 and 2010-2011 seasons, plans to donate $10,000 to assist the Lukas family of Crystal Lake. Harris, now of the Detroit Lions, found out about the Lukas family’s story through a CBS Chicago tweet.

“I was scrolling through Twitter as I did every morning. I don’t know what made me stop. I just saw the link on Twitter – CBS Chicago,” Harris said.

Harris decided to donate the full $10,000.

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