Being kind, and not mean, will change the world a lot.

Campbell Remess is a 16 year old Tasmanian teenager who at the age of nine wanted to gift presents at Christmas time to unwell children in his local hospital, when he was told it would be to expensive he challenged himself to make a gift a day for a year to have 365 presents for children in hospital the following Christmas.

3100 bears and many chapters later Campbell is still actively making bears and shares his message for kindness across the globe and has been celebrated with awards such as CNN young wonder, citizen of the year, pride of Australia and many others. Campbell dreams of working in film but his love for teddies and his mission to help others heal is continually growing.

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