1018 bears sponsored to 672 primary schools by 566 sponsors... Thank You Isabel Sramek For Donating Earnest Harvey - Gallipoli Bear to Yungaburra State School - YUNGABURRA Kearney Family - Our most recent donor - Thank you Thank You Craig McNally, Ramsay Health Care For Donating Andy Miller - Navy Bear to Glenferrie Primary School - HAWTHORN Thank You Aiden Davie For Donating David Cohen - Lone Pine Bear to Canberra Grammar School - RED HILL Thank You Kevin Jacoby - Invictus Team Member For Donating Thomas Hendy - Flying Corps Bear to Our Lady of Dolours Primary School - MITCHELTON Thank You Donated in memory of Daniel Down. For Donating Albert Murray - Western Front Bear to Wesley College - ELSTERNWICK Thank You Tweed Valley-Murwillumbah Sub Branch NSAA NSW For Donating Bernadette O'Meara - Nurse Bear to Lindisfarne Anglican Grammar School - BANORA POINT Thank You MOUNT BARKER RSL For Donating Bert Jones - Light Horse Bear to Mount Barker Primary School - MOUNT BARKER Thank You BrandNet For Donating Grey Wilson - Greatcoat Bear to Cooma Public School - COOMA Thank You Aliera Tucker For Donating Ernest Harvey - Gallipoli Bear to Holy Spirit School - LAVINGTON Thank You Senator Amanda Stoker, LNP Senator for Queensland For Donating Ernest Harvey - Gallipoli Bear to Rainworth State School - BARDON

Bernadette O’Meara – Nurse Bear


The unique Limited Edition Sister Bernadette Nurse Bear is a must have addition to any collection. Sister O’Meara’s uniform represents the ‘working dress’ of the Australian Army Nursing Service and includes zephyr grey dress with white collar, white veil and scarlet cape; her rank of Sister is shown by the stars or ‘pips’ worn on her epaulettes, which are accompanied by curved bronze ‘AUSTRALIA’ titles. She wears the Rising Sun badge at her throat as a brooch and the cloth badge of the Australian Army Nursing Service is displayed on her right sleeve. Sister Bernadette O’Meara stands 40cm in her working shoes and comes with certificate of authenticity. This bear is also supplied with a quality set of 3 swing mounted miniature replica medals, including the 1914-15 Star, British War Medal and Victory Medal which can be pinned on the uniform. This is the common set of medals that Australian veterans serving from Gallipoli to the end of the war would have been awarded. Only 10,000 worldwide.