Herd of Hope recently received some funding from a footy club in NSW and has developed a project for rural children admitted to hospital. A homemade mate (cow or sheep) will accompany them to support them through tests, scans, or just to cuddle to give them courage, mode them brave.
Each character has been named after people that have made a huge impact on Megan’s life.
The homemade little mates are small and safe for kids to hold and squeeze and easy to wash and can be put in a bed with the child easily to give them that little bit of magic.
Four farm friends handmade and individually assigned to regional children who face health challenges associated with organ and tissue donation. Each of our little mates comes with a story of overcoming the odds. “Sam the Super Sheep” “Ella the Empowering Ewe” “Chappie the Courageous Cow” (pictured) “Bennett the Brave Bull”
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