The Children’s Hunger Project officially named its new building in honor of a man whose legacy has helped their cause — and many others.

The nonprofit unveiled the Bruce Nelson Child Hunger Center during an open house for supporters tonight at the facility, 1855 W. King St., next to Cocoa Hyundai, said Bob Barnes, executive director of the organization. It is named in memory of the late Bruce Nelson Sr., Cocoa Hyundai’s founder, whose generosity has had a ripple effect in his family, as well as the community, Barnes said. Read full article