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Argos Juwan Brescacin Raising Money for Holland Bloorview's 'Capes for Kids' Initiative

March 4, 2021 - Canadian Football League (CFL) - Toronto Argonauts News Release

TORONTO - Toronto Argonauts WR and Mississauga native Juwan Brescacin will be raising funds for Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital through a Twitch charity stream in support of Capes for Kids - a fundraiser for kids with disabilities, on Friday, March 5, 2021.

WHAT: Juwan Brescacin will be streaming live via Twitch, a popular video game streaming service, to help give kids with disabilities their superpowers! The event will help raise awareness and donations for this special cause, as well as give out some amazing MLSE prize packs along the way!

Popular players from around the CFL will join Juwan throughout the live stream including Charleston Hughes, Alden Darby, DaVaris Daniels, Chad Geter, Ucambre Williams, Jordan Reaves and more!

WHEN: Friday, March 5, 2021 starting at 6:00pm ET.


TO DONATE: To donate to Juwan's campaign and help kids with disabilities right here in our own community please visit

About Holland Bloorview and 'Capes for Kids':

Holland Bloorview works to create a world of possibilities by supporting children and youth living with disability, medical complexity, illness and injury. Each year more than 8,300 kids and youth come through our doors to receive innovative treatments, therapies and specialized programs and services.

Since 2017, Capes for Kids has raised over $2,450,000 for research, education, and care at Holland Bloorview. To date, thousands have joined forces with us by assembling teams, fundraising and wearing capes around the city. With your help, we can make a meaningful difference for kids and youth with disabilities.

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