Former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow will be helping the Salvation Army of Manatee County, Florida raise funds for the homeless people in their community.
He will be going to Florida in time for the "2015 Evening of Hope" event on May 15, which will be held at the Bayside Community Church.
According to the Bradenton Herald, Tebow will be the event's guest of honour and speaker, and the well-known Christian athlete will be talking about his faith and the importance of supporting the homeless community.
The "Evening of Hope" was established in 2014 to support the Salvation Army and its local homeless-prevention services.
"We feel blessed to be able to partner with such well know advocates like Tim Tebow," said Manatee County regional salvation coordinator Major Dwayne Durham.
Tebow is a dedicated philantropist who has spent a lot of time caring for children who have been abandoned or who are battling illnesses.
Through his own non-profit organisation called the Tim Tebow Foundation, the quarterback builds playrooms in children's hospitals, supports couples who want to adopt but are struggling financially, and even hosts special parties for sick children just to make them happy.
"From a very early age, my parents instilled in me the importance of God's word, the salvation we have in His Son Jesus and the responsibility we have to give back to others," said Tebow, as he explained their mission "to bring Faith, Hope and Love to those needing a brighter day in their darkest hour of need."
One of the latest efforts of his foundation is the 5th Annual Celebrity Gala and Golf Classic, where they raised more than $1.5 million. The funds raised will go to Tebow's initiatives - Orphan Care, Tebow CURE Hospital, Night to Shine Prom, and Timmy's Playroom.
On their Facebook page, Tebow revealed that "3,000 fans, 330 volunteers, 84 golfers and 26 celebrity friends came together for 18 holes of excitement" to help benefit their cause.