Tim Tebow hopes to bring love, faith and hope to those in need of a brighter day.
Here's a look at the top five philantropic and humanitarian measures he's taken in the past to help those less fortunate:
1) Annual Golf Tournament: Tebow joined more than a dozen celebrities on Apr. 14 at TPC Sawgrass in Pontre Vedra Beach, FL, for the 2nd Annual Tim Tebow Celebrity Golf Classic.
Among the many A-list celebs who showed up for the event were American Idol singer Jordin Sparks, Masters champ Bubba Watson and Buffalo Bills linebacker Shawne Merriman. To kick off the classic, a Florida couple bid $100,000 to spend a day with Tebow. All of that money was used for charity.
2) Visiting A Philippine Orphanage: Tebow could have been enjoying spring break somewhere in 2005, but he instead decided to take a five-hour flight from Florida to the West Coast, about 14 hours in the air to Manila, a short flight to General Santos, then 80 miles by rugged road to Uncle Dick's Home - an orphanage in Lamsugod, Surallah, South Cotabato, Mindanao, Philippines.
"To be honest with you, when I first met him, I was waiting," his former coach, Urban Meyer, said in an ESPN.com report. "Come on, come on, let's go. OK, Philippines (missionaries). Come on. Give me the real gig here. Do you want a hat? What's the deal? It's true. It's all from the heart. I love that guy. I've never met one like him. It's 100 percent right on target. That's why he lives his life. He told me that during recruiting, and I was skeptical because I've heard that before and then they're out at a nightclub."
3) Meeting With Sick Kids Before Games: Before his first start as Denver Broncos quarterback in 2011, Tebow took out a few minutes before gametime to meet with 16-year-old Garrett Atwood, a Florida boy who was being treated for a life-threatening illness at the time.
"I know there are more important things than winning a game; like Garrett … he's more important. Putting a smile on his face before the game was more important than winning," Tebow said during his post-game news conference. "That is the perspective that my faith gives me."
4) Missionary Trip to Thailand in 2008: Tebow spent his summer break in 2008 traveling the world to preach his message of love, faith and hope. He visited London, Croatia, and Thailand during his trip.
5) Making Strides for Breast Cancer: In honor Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Tim Tebow Foundation, in partnership with XV Enterprises, used the foundation's weekly charity eBay auction to sell off a pair of pink cleats that Tebow wore during the Denver Broncos vs. Tennessee Titans game on October 3, 2010.
Eric Holden is a lifelong New York Jets fan. Follow him on Twitter @ericholden.