16. 01. 2020

CAN M: One-time Olympian Duff runs fundraiser for children’s hospital

Source: cheofoundation.donordrive.com; Photo: The Associated Press

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One-time Olympian Justin Daff, competing with the Canada Men’s Volleyball National Team at the 2016 Rio Games, has started a fundraiser that involved several big names of this sport.


A former Canada National Team member Justin Duff is running a fundraiser for the Children’s Hospital of Ontario (CHEO) who helped his newborn baby girl Delphine Heather recover from a potentially dangerous condition which she sustained during the final weeks of his wife’s pregnancy.

Touched by the care and compassion his child received during her stay at CHEO, a one-time NORCECA Championship winner Justin Duff will organize a Volleyball Skills & Drills Camp, on January 26, and all proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to the hospital. In addition to this, Justin has set up a donations page through which all interested individuals and organizations can donate money. Several volleyball players have already donated such as Eemi Tervaportti, Roland Gergye, Gavin Schmitt, and Konstantin Čupković.

More details on Justin’s camp and fundraiser can be found here.



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