DAVAO CITY, Philippines -- Cure International is working with Tim Tebow to build a hospital in the Philippines, which was hit Thursday by Super Typhoon Haiyan.

First Coast News has learned that even after the storm, the Tebow CURE Hospital is still on track to open next spring.

Tebow's brother Robbie said that while the Tebow Cure Hospital that is under construction in Philippines was not impacted, tomorrow the Tebow Foundation plans to launch an aid initiative to help everyone impacted.

A spokesman for Cure International said Tim Tebow learned about the organization and reached out to help with the hospital.

Tebow has been instrumental in getting the 30-bed surgical hospital for children built there. It will focus primarily on orthopedics.

The Philippines are very near and dear to Tebow's heart. His parents were Christian missionaries there and that is where he was born.

Cure International is continuing to raise money to purchase equipment needed for the hospital.

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