Donate to Oscar’s “Buy a Backpack” campaign for Ukrainian Refugee Children in Poland.

A $50 donation to Oscar’s “Buy a Backpack” campaign buys a New Backpack, filled with School & Educational Supplies, Toys, Candy, Toiletries (boys), Cosmetics (girls) & Various Gifts for Ukrainian Refugee Children in Poland.

Each backpack is personalized with an Inspirational Card in the name, city, country of the individual donor and with a message of love, peace & hope to the child and their family.

The Children’s Foundation in Poland will deliver them, on behalf of Oscar, to refugee contact centers across the country.

Help Oscar reach his target of 1000 Backpacks.

Backpacks are $50 each and you can buy as many as you want.


DONATE BY E-TRANSFER to: – putting “Buy a Backpack” in the Message Box.

Please send a separate e-mail to with your name, home city and, if you wish, your own personal message to the child. 



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Read Oscar’s Report: From his journey to Poland, where he packed and delivered the first 400 backpacks: Click Here to Read.

Watch Oscar on CTV News: 

About Oscar: Oscar Oliver is 12 years-old and lives in Barrie, Ontario, Canada. Oscar is the current Ontario Pre-Novice Figure Skating Champion in singles and pairs. He trains at the Mariposa School of Skating and attends Warnica Public School. Oscar is a dual Canadian/Polish citizen.

About Fundacja Dziecięca Fantazja: Since 2004, Fantazja has made over 8,000 wishes and dreams come true for children in Poland who live with life-threatening illnesses, life-limiting conditions or challenging disabilities.

Oscar’s parents are recipients of the Canadian Governor General’s Medallion for Charity Work and for: “Strengthening Relations Between Poland & Canada”.

A big heartfelt “THANK YOU” to everyone who has donated to Oscar’s cause and for your messages of encouragement and of love and support for the children. Oscar started with the intention of raising 200 Backpacks but his campaign has gone so well that he has set himself a new target or 1000 Backpacks! Go Oscar Go!