Beary happy stories

Eli’s constant furry friends

With experts baffled by Eli's incredibly rare tumour, some furry friends have brightened his difficult journey.

Unbearable magic

The difference the donation of one of The Kids’ Cancer Project Bears makes became heartbreakingly clear to Peter Northey as he watched his baby boy suffering during cancer treatment.

Eddie's very special teddy

When little Eddie was just three years old, his mum Angie noticed that he’d begun having low-grade fevers and every so often seemingly random bruises would appear on his legs.

The difference a bear makes

The speed with which life changed from normal to catastrophic was astounding, said Jessica Cameron, reflecting on the period in which her baby daughter was diagnosed with a devastating brain cancer.

Thank you beary much!

Since 2009, tonnes of cuddly teds have been donated anonymously to children in hospital through The Kids’ Cancer Project Bear Program.

When a bear cares

Seeing the bears on social media has prompted many families to comment and share their own stories – every single one of them has touched our hearts.

A toy bear drive for kids with cancer

You get two chances to make a meaningful difference when you take part in The Kids’ Cancer Project Toy Bear Drive.

5 handy hints for donating toys to children’s hospitals

The Kids’ Cancer Project shares all the ins and outs of safe toy donations to hospitals. 

Home or hospital - the choice is yours

The Kids' Cancer Project Bear Program delivers teddy bears and other soft toys all around Australia. 

4 ways a teddy bear brings comfort

Paediatric experts explain why a cuddly toy is a great donation for a child in hospital. 

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Delivering happiness

The Kids' Cancer Project would like to thank Smartways Logistics for bringing smiles to the faces of thousands of seriously ill kids by delivering teddy bears to 33 hospitals on the eastern seaboard at no cost.

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