A Championship Effort

Members of the Patriots and Revolution were joined by members of the Bruins, Celtics and Red So

The five major professional sports teams in Boston came together Tuesday, Nov. 30 to help raise nearly $3.5 million for Children's Hospital Boston, an international leader in pediatric care. Representative from the Patriots, Revolution, Celtics, Red Sox and Bruins - including Robert and Jonathan Kraft, Patriots players past and present, as well as current and former Revolution players - attended the event to help raise funds for Children's Hospital.

Since its inception in 1997, Champions for Children's has helped raise over $20 million dollars for Children's Hospital to help fund patient care, cutting-edge research, and community outreach initiatives.

Click here if you are interested in donating to help support the valuable work of Children's Hospital Boston.

More photos:



Former Revolution defender Jay Heaps, midfielder Chris Tierney and retired Revs star Taylor Twellman were in attendance Tuesday night. Twellman helped fulfill the dreams of Justin Keating, a patient at Children's Hospital Boston and a huge Revolution fan last year when he hosted Justin and his friends for a special day of soccer at Gillette Stadium.



Justin Keating, a patient at Children's Hospital Boston and a huge Revolution fan, chats with co-emcee Steve Levy before presenting the Revolution Champion Award to Jonathan Kraft and the New England Revolution. Last year, Revolution star Taylor Twellman made Justin's dreams come true when he hosted Justin and his friends for a special day of soccer at Gillette Stadium.