Tim Tebow to speak at fundraiser for FCA Cherokee | Local News


Heisman trophy winner Tim Tebow will be the keynote speaker at a fundraiser for Fellowship of Christian Athletes Cherokee July 9.

FCA Cherokee will host “An Evening with Tim Tebow” 7 p.m. July 9 at First Baptist Church Woodstock, 11905 Highway 92 in Woodstock. Individual tickets are available for $10 and proceeds fund the non-profit’s year-long activities.

“Our goal is to encourage every athlete and coach to enter into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ and his church and nobody embodies that message as well as Tim Tebow,” Steve Hyland, FCA Cherokee area director, said in a statement. “This event is a way to welcome the entire Atlanta community to listen to Tim share his testimony, while also helping underwrite the cost of the numerous activities FCA Cherokee hosts in support of all that we serve.”

Also speaking at the event are former Georgia Bulldog All-American Linebacker Rennie Curran, who competed against Tebow in college, and Kayla Lewis Norman, who played basketball at the University of Florida and was named Georgia’s Gatorade Women High School Player of the Year in 2010.

“Football can be a great way to communicate with young people and we’re going to have some fun with college rivalries, college football predictions and maybe even some NFL,” Hyland said. “At the same time, we seek to accommodate as many people as possible by limiting the ticket price to only 10 dollars.”

Early sponsors for the event include Open Roads RV, Chick-fil-A and Goodwin Investment Advisors. There are still opportunities for others to support this event. Sponsors can meet Tebow during a private pre-event dinner.

During the evening there will also be a silent auction with opportunities to win signed memorabilia from Tebow and others, as well as tables set up with local businesses.

To make a donation, purchase an event ticket or become a sponsor for FCA Cherokee’s “Evening with Tim Tebow,” please visit www.cherokeefca.org.



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