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Tim Tebow Celebrates His “MVPs” With Their Own Special Night To Shine Event: “God Is So Good!”

Tim Tebow smiles as he walks arm in arm with a young woman at the first Night to Shine event in 2024.

Each and every one of us deserves to be celebrated and loved. This seems to be a driving force behind the work of the Tim Tebow Foundation. The former football star’s organization is known for many things but, ultimately, their goal is to help the most vulnerable people (or MVPs, as they call them,) no matter who they are or where they’re located.

One of their most popular events is called Night to Shine. These special events take place all around the world and are hosted by local churches. Thanks to the hard work of volunteers, folks with disabilities are able to experience the prom night of their dreams!

“God is so good!!” Tebow writes when sharing the video above. “Love getting to witness these beautiful MVPs head down the red carpet! I hope this Queen knows she is royalty!”

The people who organize Night to Shine events don’t hold back when it comes to making sure their guests feel like royalty. There’s music, dancing, food, and even a red carpet for them to show off their fabulous looks!

Tim Tebow Celebrates First Night to Shine of 2024 in Guatemala

Tebow and his wife, Demi-Leigh Tebow, were guests at this year’s first Night to Shine. It took place in Guatemala City, and the loving couple couldn’t couldn’t have been more excited to be there!

“The rain did not take away the shine from these Kings and Queens!” Tebow says.

In another video, Tebow shares clips of various fun moment throughout the night, including ones where him and his wife are dancing with guests. By the end of the night they’re exhausted, but they also couldn’t be happier with how the event turned out.

“For the last 10 years we’ve been blessed with the opportunity to celebrate Kings and Queens around the globe and we can’t wait to celebrate tens of thousands more this year!” Tebow writes. “Let’s go!!!”

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