In the Easter school holidays a bunch of BRAVE kids, their family and supporters launched our Team T-shirt project: This is what BRAVE looks like. We launched the Team T-shirt project to helps kids feel connected and included in their world but it's had a much further reaching effect. Kids are choosing to wear their shirts when they have to dig extra deep for their courage. They wear them on days they know they have difficult or painful procedures, when they need to brave up socially and one very precious girl's family chose for her to wear her Team shirt after her passing so she could be forever Brave (#piperbrave). You can support a child with cancer and buy them (or yourself - we all need some extra bravery sometime) by clicking the shop link below.
If you are the parent of a child in a photo you can send a request for a high res copy of their photos to firstname.lastname@example.org. Each photo has a caption of the photographer who captured the image and a photo number, please quote this in the email.
The best laid plans are often scuppered by a surprise hospital admission. We headed up to the oncology sleep over ward after our BBQ to visit the kids and teens who missed out on the sunshine.