Members of the Ole Miss football program and support staff spent spring break in March working in Camp Marie, Haiti, helping to bring clean water to the community and provide irrigation to crops.
This was the third consecutive year coach Hugh Freeze and players on his team have given their time to help their fellow man in Haiti and a documentary on their efforts was released on the Ole Miss athletic department’s website on Wednesday. You can watch “Living Water” and see the extraordinary ways the project has helped the people of Camp Marie. Here is a preview:
WATCH NOW | #LivingWater is an in-depth look at the Rebels' trip to Haiti
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Senior quarterback Chad Kelly participated along with Talbot Buys, Armani Linton and Sean Rawlings.
“That trip never disappoints in the realm of making you grateful and thankful for what we have here,” Freeze said in a press release on the Ole Miss site. “It is a difficult trip for me the older I get, but it’s worth it to a lot of families and kids.”