• Teddy Bears That Care Program, Inc. Teddy Bears That Care Program, Inc.


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Mission Statement

Our mission is simple, but very worthwhile. We help bring a smile to a child's face We donate our special teddy bears to children, ages three to thirteen, dealing with loss, injury, grief, or trauma.


This nation-wide program provides teddy bears to hospitals, burn camps, firehouses, shelters, social workers, child advocates, public safety agencies, and not-for-profit organizations.

We hope to comfort:

  • Children recovering from a disaster;
  • Children suffering from a serious illness;
  • Children grieving for a brave parent who died in the line of duty;
  • Children healing from the trauma of sexual abuse or domestic violence

We provide plush, brown, 10-inch teddy bears to the children and organizations we serve. Each bear arrives wearing our officia l "Someone Loves You" t-shirt.

Our special teddy bears are given to provide love, friendship, and to help cheer up children in their time of need.

All teddy bears donated by "Teddy Bears That Care Program" are purchased by our program and donated with no financial restitution expected in return.

The Teddy Bears That Cares Program is funded solely through donations,sponsorship and fundraising events.

The FDNY Hockey Team. is an "Official" sponsor of Teddy Bears That Care Program.

Teddy Bears That Care Program, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization recognized as tax-exempt under Internal Revenue Code section 501(c)(3).



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by sara g. (2010-06-14 21:26:53.0)
I was helped by this organization after going through a traumatic experience. I was given a bear by a social worker, and even though I was 17 at the time, I really appreciated it. I am still in the process of healing, but this bear has gotten me through a lot of terrible times, and continues to help me through rough times. I hope I can volunteer with this organization some day.