Calais Campbell is a 4X Pro Bowl defensive end for the Jacksonville Jaguars and the 2019 Walter Payton Man of the year. After spending nine seasons with the Arizona Cardinals. In 2010, Calais and his family founded the CRC Foundation. The foundation is committed to the enhancement of the community by teaching life skills to assist with the development of future leaders.
“When you're young and you get that kind of misfortune, it can be very tough on you. But at the end of the day if you get the hope and belief you can do something, if you see it happen, then it's easier for you to overcome those odds.”
"Jaguars first-team All-Pro and four-time Pro Bowl DE Calais Campbell and his CRC Foundation are donating $20,000 to local Denver charities as part of his 2019 Season of Giving in advance of the Jaguars playing the Denver Broncos on Sunday, September 29. Inspired by his initiative for the 2019-20 NFL season, Calais’ Season of Giving, a fundraising campaign based off of Calais’ on the field performance, the Denver-based donations reflect gratitude and appreciation for Calais’ hometown," a statement said Thursday.
Jacksonville Jaguars defensive lineman Calais Campbell has become better known around Duval County as the Mayor of Sacksonville, in large part due to his 25 sacks over the last two seasons. This season, the leader of Jacksonville's defense will be using his on-field production to impact the community through his CRC Foundation and a charitable initiative.