For children and families battling life-threatening illnesses, feelings of hope and joy can often be lost. Meeting Jets quarterback Tim Tebow at Sunday’s New York Jets versus Miami Dolphins game will restore that sense of hope in 8-year-old Daniel Milich from Morristown, New Jersey.
Daniel has been battling cerebral palsy, a disorder that affects his muscle tone, movement, and motor skills. Daniel had a double hip surgery in June 2012 and has also had various soft tissue surgeries. Appreciating that Daniel’s journey has been challenging, the Tim Tebow Foundation’s W15H program will allow Daniel and his family to leave behind the realities associated with his life-threatening illness and to create memories that will last a lifetime.
Through the Tim Tebow Foundation’s W15H program, in partnership with Dreams Come True of Jacksonville, Daniel will get to spend quality time with Tebow during Sunday’s pre-game warm-ups and immediately following the game. An avid New York Jets fan, Daniel is very excited to meet Tebow and cheer for his favorite team.
Daniel will also receive a W15H gift package that consists of exclusive W15H luggage, a Nike duffle bag, gift cards for both Nike and Jockey, Tim Tebow’s book, Through My Eyes, a Florida Gators 2008 National Championship book, a personalized Bible and more.
For a child who has battled so much in his life, this W15H experience is an answer to prayer, as it will bring a renewed sense of hope to Daniel and his family.