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Published October 4th 2020
A bear donation helps fund vital childhood cancer research
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In the down times, sometimes giving sparks more joy than receiving. It certainly could ring true with a donation from you, that not only helps fund vital childhood cancer research for The Kids' Cancer Project but also puts a smile on the face of a child going through a tough time in their young lives.

A hospital can be a scary time for a child, especially when the family may not be around. You can help alleviate that by giving them a cuddly friend, so they never feel alone or afraid during their treatment. See here/LINK] to buy or donate a soft toy for $54.95 that you can giveaway to a child in need. Choose from the original Oscar Classic Bear, or pirate, fairy, sleepy or Christmas bear. There is also a cute dinosaur or puppy available.

The Kids' Cancer Project are adamant about not giving up until every child survives cancer with minimum or no long-term effects. Be part of the solution by donating or fundraising and make a difference. Check out the variety of[LINK=] fundraiser events you could join, like Cupcakes 4 a Cure, running right through till the end of October 2020, and many others right through till the end of the year.

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