Capes for Kids

CAPES FOR KIDS WEEK IS COMING SOON!

March 3 - 10, 2023

Grab your cape and unleash your inner superhero! Capes for Kids is a fun way to support kids and youth with disabilities and Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital – and this year’s event is bigger and better than ever.

Together we can raise $1 million to help kids with disabilities move, speak, play and heal.

When you become a Capes for Kids superhero, you become a champion for a world of infinite possibilities where all children and youth belong. Your cape is more than a fun fashion accessory. By joining forces with Holland Bloorview, you’re creating an accessible, inclusive, equitable and stigma-free world for kids and youth with disabilities. Your support means that kids with disabilities have access to high-quality, family-centred care. Your cape is a story to share with the world. Wear your cape on your commute, to school, to work, on your Zoom calls, or host an event, and tell everyone why you’re unleashing your inner superhero. Ready to join forces with us? Here’s how!

HOW IT WORKS

register

Register

Sign up on your own or with your school, corporate team or family.

Fundraise

Fundraise

Earn your cape by raising $100, check out our Fundraiser Hub to help get you there!

Participate

Participate in Capes for Kids week - proudly wear your cape everywhere you go from March 3rd to 10th. You can also host your own event, use one of our events in a box or join in in some of the Capes for Kids events with your fellow heroes.

CHECK OUT OUR CURRENT LEADERBOARD

WORLD RECORD BREAKING EVENT

Have you ever wanted to be part of something big? Like attempting to break a world record big? Now you can!

On February 6, come out to watch your Raptors 905 team take on the Maine Celtics and help break a Guinness world record title with special guest, Pascal Siakam of the Toronto Raptors!

YOUR IMPACT

Gifts to Capes for Kids create a world of possibilities!

Your support funds vital research, programs, and services at Holland Bloorview that transform the lives of kids with disabilities and their families.

MEET OUR SUPERHEROES

“I believe in community, I believe in helping others, and I believe in understanding the world around us.”
"Wearing a cape is a nice icebreaker because it opened up that conversation to bring visibility."