Monday, September 12, 2011

Tim Tebow Foundation Kicks Off the W15H

Tim Tebow will host 21 year old cancer sufferer Woody Redland before tonight's game against the Raiders as part of the W15H program, an outreach of the Tim Tebow Foundation, in conjunction with Jacksonville's Dreams Come True.

As W15H's kickoff dream, Roseland will spend pregame on the field before meeting Tebow, the person he believes instills inspiration and faith in so many.
"I think it is such a refreshing change of pace to have a person like Tim Tebow, as a professional athlete, in your city," said Roseland. "What an asset it is to have someone who is so selfless and such a positive force on and off the field."
W15H was created to give an unforgettable wish experience for all children battling life threatening illnesses who wish to meet Tebow.  Roseland's experience will begin with a wonderful pregame meal provided by Denver's Hard Rock CafĂ©, followed immediately by the highlight of the night when Roseland will stand side by side with Tebow during the pregame warm-ups.
They will spend time together and Roseland will not leave empty handed, as Tebow will present him with a pregame used football and #15 jersey. Roseland and his mother will then enjoy the remainder of the game in terrific seats set up by the Denver Broncos. 
"I am so honored to have the chance to meet Woody," said Tebow. "I am so encouraged by his strength and desire to bring faith, hope and love to others even in the midst of his challenges." 

You can learn more about the W15H program here at Tim Tebow Foundation.org