Peri from Charles Sturt University in Wagga emailed us to let us in on her highly-commendable, super-ace plan.
Here's to prove that from little things big things grow (and we have the perfect toon for that if you're in the mood for some music).
Peri told us - and we're sure a lot of us can agree - that while uni students don't have a lot of cash, they do have a bit of spare time they can donate. So she organised a craft day for Friday 27 February to make as many made-with-love toys and bags as possible in one day. These are to be sent to the kids as 'distraction' bags.
And here's where it gets even better. Her uni got wind of her grand idea and has contributed by donating other items such as colouring pencils, books & skipping ropes that can now be put in the bags too! Genius.
Peri and her mum have kindly donated a lot of their own stash, and very generously Addicted to Fabric in Canberra is donating more fabric and stuffing for the toys.
So Peri's idea of creating a couple of toys has grown into a big day of sewing, stitching, stuffing.
If you live in Wagga, go to CSU or perhaps you'd just like to join in, check out the poster above for details.