Chris Pratt and Chris Evans followed through on their supersweet Super Bowl bet in Boston on Friday, stopping by Boston nonprofit Christopher's Haven to meet with kids. The nonprofit is a community for kids and families as they battle cancer, and during the actors' visit, they snapped pictures with some of the families they met. Sticking to the bet, Chris Pratt dressed as his Guardians of the Galaxy character, Star-Lord, while Chris Evans proudly held up a Patriots jersey as a nod to his winning team.
The pair's thoughtful bet has raised nearly $27,000 for charity, as they invited fans to donate to Seattle Children's Hospital and Christopher's Haven. Joyce Duvall, the executive director of Christopher's Haven, opened up about what it's meant for the organizations, saying, "The generosity of Chris Evans and Chris Pratt is overwhelming. They have turned a simple, friendly wager into something very significant for both Christopher's Haven and Seattle Children's Hospital. The fun and goodwill that they have generated will stay with the children a long time." Take a look at the sweet snaps from their day at Christopher's Haven.