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Tim Tebow wins big giving kids a special night to shine

February 13, 2017
in Kids

I don’t care if he ever plays another down in the NFL. Don’t care if he never hits a curve as a Major League Baseball player. Don’t care if he fails at yet another professional sport. Tebow wins big because of his compassion to make the world a better place. This is not a cliché. How could you not love a man who reaches out of special needs children all over the world, and gives them a moment they will remember forevermore? Abigail Dowell would tell you all about it if she could. She just can’t, not in words anyway. She is 18 and can’t talk. Down’s Syndrome. Autism. She lives in a world that closes its doors every day. Until Saturday night. Her night. “Abby,” wearing a beautiful red prom gown and white jacket, walked the red carpet surrounded on both sides by people clapping and cheering every step. She danced. She laughed. She had the time of her life. Thank you, Tim Tebow. His kind fingerprints are all over the “Night to Shine” event, simultaneously hosted by 375 churches in all 50 states and 11 countries on six continents, including Albania, Canada, Ecuador, Haiti, Kenya, New Zealand, Peru, the Philippines, South Africa, Uganda, and the U.S. Tebow’s foundation made it happen for Abby and an estimated 75,000 other adolescents and teenagers 14 years and older....

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