Billionaire hedge fund managers back whiz kids’ charity

The Star – When it came to figuring out how to get some of North America’s biggest billionaire hedge fund managers to support their unusual fundraiser for The Hospital for Sick Children, two Bay Street whiz kids discovered the best bet was simply picking up the phone.

“We’d had a number of failed initiatives,” says Jeff Gallant, the 25-year-old co-founder of Capitalize for Kids, a charity that aims to raise $1 million for The Hospital for Sick Children through a two-day investment conference.

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