party for kids with cancer – donate a Super PJ bear

The Kids Cancer Project and Lorraine Lea. Science. Solutions. Survival

Kids with cancer need someone fighting in their corner.

Enter, Super PJ Bear.

He's our cuddly Party for Kids with Cancer fund mascot and is dedicated to the ongoing battle against his nasty nemesis: kids' cancer. This cute vigilante will never rest until he conquers kids' cancer once and for all. 

PJ Bear is named in honour of Lorraine Lea co-founder, Peter Ryan, who sadly lost his fight with prostate cancer in 1999. Since PJ Bear was added to the Lorraine Lea family, he's been bringing joy into the lives of children an adult alike.

During our Party for Kids with Cancer® fundraising appeal, 1 - 30 June 2018, you had the option to either buy a PJ Bear for yourself or donate him to a child in hospital who's going through a tough time.

With his super powers of extra-strong cuddles and irrepressible smiles, the Super PJ Bear you donate to a hospital will brighten the day of a sick child and remain by their side while they're undergoing treatment.

A year-round donation of $3 from the sale of every PJ Bear goes to our charity partner, The Kids' Cancer Project, to fund much-needed research to find a cure for childhood cancers. 

Hospitals we donated to in 2018:

state hospital
QLD Children's Hospital Foundation
NSW Sydney Children's Hospital Randwick
VIC Monash Children's Hospital
ACT Canberra Hospital Foundation
TAS Royal Hobart Hospital
SA Women's and Children's Hospital Adelaide
NT Royal Darwin Hospital
WA Fiona Stanley Hospital

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