Charity Carsons founder Caron Sade wants to be known as the “Charity Carson” instead of the “Carsons” who died in 2016.
In an interview with Business Insider, Sade explained that he doesn’t want to be “Charia” anymore and doesn’t care for the word.
Instead, he wants to stay “Charsons.”
The founder said that his “biggest fear” has always been that people might assume he is a scammer.
But he’s willing to take a hit if necessary.
“I know people think I’m crazy and that I’m some sort of fraud, but I’ve never been in that position, ever,” he said.
It’s the truth.” “
You’ve got to be a little bit careful about what you say.
It’s the truth.”
Charity Carsonders Facebook page A spokesperson for Charity Carsonson confirmed that Sade is indeed “Chariesons” and that they were not “accused of fraud.”
“As Caron’s Facebook page states, he has been working on a series of philanthropic projects and is currently working on his next project,” the spokesperson said in an email.
“He has been very transparent with us about his motivations and has never misrepresented his charity.
He is committed to keeping the information about his charity and projects confidential and we look forward to sharing this with our followers.”
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Founded in 1998, Charity Wheels was founded by the late Peter Brant, a former corporate executive who has become an inspirational voice for the disabled.
The company has helped more than 10 million people worldwide.
The Wheels team has also built a reputation for donating money directly to those in need.
Charity Wheels, which has more than 20 employees, is one of the biggest charities in the US, with over 30,000 employees and nearly $1.4 billion in annual revenue.
In 2017, Charity Wheel was acquired by a subsidiary of American Express, but its charitable mission remains the same.
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Caron died at age 47 on Sunday.
“As much as I love him dearly, it just feels wrong to have his legacy left behind,” Charity Motors CEO and founder Matt Miller told Business Insider in an interview.
“But as I’m sure you know, the truth is I don’t really care about the word ‘Charson.'”
“I’m sure it’s hard for a lot of people to understand the magnitude of this, but the truth of the matter is that my kids and I were a perfect family.
We never felt like we were apart.
We always seemed to be together, we never felt isolated, and I’m still there for them,” he continued.
“We’re still in touch, we still hang out, we always have a laugh.”
Charity’s CEO told Business in an earlier interview that Carons children were very involved in his life and would always be there for him.
“When my children were little, my wife would come home from work and bring us all food and a goodnight kiss,” he explained.
“That’s how close we were to each other.”
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They were married in 2013 and have four children.
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“The Carsons are a remarkable family,” Miller told Tech Insider.
“There are so many stories of how they raised their kids and how they helped others and how their kids have shaped them.
I’ve been privileged to be associated with them.
They’ve inspired me, I’ve learned from them, and they’ve given me something to hold on to as a young man.”
“It was a wonderful time for them, for us, and for