© Provided by ABC News Campbell shows no signs of slowing down, with big plans to keep spreading smiles. A young Hobart boy with a generous heart and impressive sewing skills has raised $26,000 for those affected by cancer in his latest venture involving handmade bears.
Campbell Remess, affectionately known as Bumble, has become a beacon of hope and kindness around the world through his teddy bear creations.
The 12-year-old spends all of his free time sewing bears and gifting them to sick children, their parents and even those affected by terrorism.
Campbell reached new heights of giving on Friday by raising more than $26,000 through a charity gala dinner in Hobart he helped organise and host.
“It was an awesome night, just amazing,” he said of the event which fundraised for the Love Your Sister charity.
A challenge is not something Campbell …