Chris Pratt's and Chris Evans's Super Bowl wager seems to be the gift that keeps on giving for children's charities in Seattle and Boston, as it was announced that the wager led to $27,000 in donations being made.

By Extra Mustard
February 06, 2015

Chris Pratt's and Chris Evans's Super Bowl wager seems to be the gift that keeps on giving for children's charities in Seattle and Boston, as it was announced that the wager led to $27,000 in donations being made, according to Seattle's KING5-NBC.

A total of $12,000 went to Christopher's Haven in Boston, a charity supported by Sudbury, Mass., native Evans, that provides housing for families of children battling cancer. 

Pratt, who grew up in Lake Stevens, Wash., supported the Seahawks and the Seattle Children's Hospital, which raised $15,000 during the "Twitter Bowl 2015" campaign begun by the bet.

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In addition to the money, the pair will be appearing as their super hero characters Star Lord and Captain America at both Christopher's Haven and Seattle Children's Hospital.

Brendan Maloy

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