- Simon Motew joins Hockey Gives Blood as a volunteer player ambassador
- Motew aims to spread awareness about blood and stem cell donations
- Highlights Motew's personal experience and commitment to helping others
Kitchener Rangers defenseman Simon Motew has joined Hockey Gives Blood as a volunteer player ambassador. Motew, who has been with the Rangers since 2020, follows in the footsteps of former teammates Reid Valade and Lleyton Moore. Motew’s decision to become an ambassador was inspired by his own experience of donating blood and witnessing the impact it can have on people’s lives. Hockey Gives Blood is a non-profit society partnered with the Canadian Blood Services, aiming to engage and educate the hockey community about the importance of blood, plasma, stem cells, and organ & tissue donation.
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