Introducing our Limited Edition Beads of Courage Maple Leaf Bead! The Canadian Maple Leaf is described as "King of the Forest" and has been used to represent Canada since the 1700's. The Maple Leaf symbolizes unity, tolerance and peace-the same qualities that the Canadian people embody. At Beads of Courage-Canada, we share these same values and together, we are helping make healing happen for children and teens coping with serious illness.
Your purchase of the Maple Leaf Bead provides for a child in our Member Registry to also receive one with your name included on their card. Shop NowRead more
Our 6th Annual Bead Inspired Fundraiser will be hosted on May 11, 2018 in Calgary, Alberta to honour courageous children and teens supported through the Beads of Courage Program at hospitals throughout Canada. By invitation onlyRead more
At Beads of Courage, we believe that like beads on a strand, we are all connected. We love our bead family and are here to support you. We want to keep you informed of upcoming events and exciting news! Whether you are a brand new member or a have been a member family for years, please click the link below to register with us and we will send you a special Bead of Courage to officially WELCOME YOU!Read more
How many beads will you carry?
A simple bead can go a long way to encourage and honour a child’s fight for life.
Beads of Courage helps support children facing major surgeries, difficult procedures and long hospital stays away from the comfort of home and their loved ones. You can be part of a child’s treatment journey.
Carry a Bead on your next adventure, team activity, personal achievement or just an uplifting day.Read more
From Lincoln: My Beads of Courage are …My strong! (From my 7 year old Lincoln with an immune disorder)
From mom Rebecca: My Beads of Courage are my reminder that my little Hystiocytosis warrior can beat anything. Each bead shows just how strong he is and will continue to be.
From mom Karen: My Beads of Courage represent a hard fought battle that I will face for the rest of my life... (my 4yr old is T1D and Epilepsy)Read more
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