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As Florida begins its recovery from Hurricane Irma, Tim Tebow is doing his part to help victims and evacuees.

On Monday, Tebow spent time with a World War II veteran at a shelter for those with special medical needs.

Tebow posted a video to Twitter of him meeting the vet, who treated his famous visitor to a tune on his harmonica.

Tebow later posted a photo with Red Cross aid workers at the shelter.

Tebow was raised in Jacksonville and went on to play football for the University of Florida. After playing for the Denver Broncos and New York Jets in the NFL, he switched his focus to baseball.

He just finished his his first year in the New York Mets' minor league system, where he batted .226 with eight home runs in 126 games.

Watch Tebow's touching moment with the elderly vet above.


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