Heart For Haiti

During the NFL off-season, most players spend time vacationing with their families, participating in charity golf tournaments, and renegotiating contracts. New York Jets wide receiver David Nelson does something a little different during his time away from the gridiron. In fact, a lot different! After a life changing missions trip to Haiti in the spring of 2012, Nelson and his two brothers founded the orphan ministry I’m Me. The organization is raising up a generation of fatherless children to find their true identity in Christ, in the midst of a third world country suffering from destruction and hopelessness. He spends up to two months of the offseason in Haiti, and most of his free time stateside is spent running the organization, networking, speaking, and planning group trips. “When we give them a hug, for some of them, it’s the only hug from a father figure they’ve gotten,” says Nelson. “I get emotional thinking about it. There are some talented, incredible children, but there’s no Read More

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