Tim Tebow visits WWII vet at Hurricane Irma shelter

Tim Tebow visits WWII vet at Hurricane Irma shelter

Tim Tebow spent time with people in a special needs shelter in Jacksonville, Florida after Hurricane Irma. "But if there's a chance just to brighten their day, put a smile on their face, or letting them not worry about their problems for a couple of seconds or minutes, it's worth it", Tebow told News 4 Jax.

"What's up Jacksonville in the state of Florida".

Known for his philanthropic efforts, Tebow posted a Twitter video of himself spending time with a WW II veteran at a special needs shelter.

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Governor Rick Scott and Tebow on Tuesday thanked volunteers and workers at the state Emergency Operations Center in Tallahassee and then left to do the same in Lee County.

Coming off his first year in the New York Mets' minor league, Tebow batted.226 with eight homers in 126 games. Evacuate where needed. Be safe. Tebow may be a middling at best baseball player and an okay television personality but what he does best is get people to rally around him.

Tebow was part of the 2013 class of "Great Floridians" that included former Miami Dolphins coach Don Shula, the late Gen.

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