Thanks to the Tim Tebow Foundation, churches across 47 states and 6 countries will participate in the Night to Shine Prom. This program which initiated this year will host more than 7,000 guests for teenagers ages 15 and above as well as adults have disabilities such as autism and down-syndrome among others.

As reported by Christian Post, Tim Tebow Foundation Executive Director Erik Dellenback said about the event, “The Tim Tebow Foundation has a heart for people with special needs and we wanted to create a brighter day for people with special needs. Everyone should have the opportunity to experience a prom where they feel loved and welcomed and we pray this event will positively impact the lives of thousands of people across the country.”

You can read more about the prom here

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