BLATIMORE (WJZ) — The Baltimore Ravens are continuing to support linebacker Elvis Dumervil’s efforts to rebuild Haiti.

The team and owner Steve Bisciotti each donated $50,000 towards the relief effort after Hurricane Matthew killed more than 500 people and left more than 175,000 without homes back in October.

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“It just shows you the first class of the organization and Steve himself,” Dumervil said of the team owner. “I personally thank you and appreciate it because it helps so many families back home.”

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During the offseason, Dumervil traveled to Haiti to find out more about his ancestors and aid in the rebuilding of homes. He helped to build 58 houses (corresponding with his jersey number) for those in need.

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