The retired Tampa Bay Buccaneer running back partnered with Habitat for Humanity and others to give a hardworking nursing assistant and her son the home of their dreams.

To date Warrick has  now now helped 173 families find a home. 173!

He was a great player on the field, but he’s a far better person off of it. 

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On Tuesday morning Dunn made another dream come true. 

Thanks to Habitat for Humanity of Pinellas and West Pasco Counties and its partnership with furniture company Aaron’s, healthcare provider Cigna, and former Buccaneer Warrick Dunn’s nonprofit, Warrick Dunn Charities, Reedy and her son received a fully-furnished two-bedroom, two-bathroom home.

Flip the Pages to see all the Praise towards Dunn: