Beary comforting cuddles

A yellow background framed with colourful hexagonal shapes in opposite corners highlighting three bears wearing different costumes drawn in a cartoonish style.
Families who receive The Kids' Cancer Project bears share their heart-warming testimonials.
Baby T is smiling while lying on a colourful blanket, there is also a blue and purple plush dinosaur toy on the blanket.

Support & Comfort

Baby T was diagnosed at three weeks old with an extremely rare form of childhood cancer called Infantile Fibrosarcoma. By the time he was just five weeks old he’d had surgery to insert a central line and had already commenced his first round of chemotherapy. On our first night at the children's hospital in our home state, Baby T received this stuffed dinosaur from The Kids’ Cancer Project to help support and comfort him during his stay and beyond.


Furry Friend

My son Parker has received a couple of teddies from The Kids' Cancer Project during chemotherapy or after waking up from procedures. These treatments are not easy but these special bears give him comfort and gives our family hope as every time we see one we know that we are one step closer to curing cancer.


Parker smiles while hugging a TKCP bear dressed up in a purple t-shirt and bunny ears
A little girl in a hospital bed is hugging a donated bear that is dressed in a pink angel costume.

Joy & Courage

Our daughter was given one from the nurses during her stay and the joy, courage and strength it gave her was priceless. They were inseparable. We donated two a few months ago and feel so blessed that it brings a smile through their journey. Please buy a teddy.


Belinda Bear

Our little lady was lucky enough to receive one of these bears. She absolutely loves it and it's now her go-to teddy when she has floor time. She loves to chew on the silicone chew toys and shake the flower rattle. We've named our bear Belinda after the lovely nurse who gave it to her.


A small toddler plays with a TKCP bear that is dressed in a colourful, striped top.