Former NFL quarterback and outspoken Christian Tim Tebow and his foundation held more than 200 proms for people with special needs in 48 states and seven countries last week. According to the Huffington Post, the event was called “Night to Shine” and encouraged people with physical and mental disabilities to enjoy a night of music, dancing and all-around fun. According to Tebow’s foundation, 32,000 people formally attended the event and a combined 70,000 volunteered to help make the night happen. Tebow, now a SEC Network analyst, surprised some of the attendees by personally showing up to their prom. Read the full story HERE.