Former Gator David Nelson Building A New Life for Orphans in Haiti
GAINESVILLE- While most NFL players are resting before training camp begins, former Gator and current Brown WR David Nelson is planning his next trip to Haiti.
Nelson, along with his two brothers and their "I'm ME" foundation, have been granted 12 acres of land in Haiti and are planning a 5 phase build to provide a new home and community to 64 orphans in the area.
TV20's Kassidy Hill caught up with Nelson to find out about the work he's been doing and why he choose to create the foundation.
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