W15H Travels to Ole Miss with SEC NationOctober 17th, 2014
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Jacksonville, FL (October 17, 2014) – Ingram Dismuke is a precious 6-year-old who is in remission from brain cancer. For children like Ingram, spending time in the hospital becomes all too normal and chances to enjoy a worry-free day become few and far between. This weekend Ingram will have the opportunity to leave hospitals, scans and treatments far behind as he travels to Mississippi to spend time with his favorite football player, Tim Tebow, through the Tim Tebow Foundation’s W15H Program.
Ingram and his family will get to meet Tim for private one-on-one time before joining him as VIP on the set of SEC Nation. In addition to visiting the set of SEC Nation, they will get to enjoy watching the Ole Miss Rebels take on the Tennessee Volunteers on Saturday, October 18, 2014.
In March of 2012, Ingram was diagnosed with anaplastic ependymoma, a form of brain cancer that affects cells in the passageways that produce and store cerebrospinal fluid. In spite of his illness, Ingram lights up every room he enters and continues to live up to his nickname, “Ingram the Conqueror.” When he found out that he would be meeting Tim he exclaimed, “What?!? You mean I get to meet my favorite football guy? Oh man, that sounds fun!”
The Tim Tebow Foundation W15H program fulfills the wishes of children with life-threatening illnesses who dream of meeting Tim Tebow. Each W15H child receives a custom experience and in addition, a unique W15H gift package containing exclusive W15H luggage, official W15H t-shirts, a Nike duffle bag, a copy of Tim’s book Through My Eyes, Florida Gators: 2008 National Championship book, a personalized Bible and more.