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Small Children’s Chemo Gift Basket


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Each purchase includes a FREE end of chemo treatment celebration gift.



Supporting you and loved ones everywhere.


  • Small Chemo Basket for Kids boasts over 8 useful items.
  • Comes in a vibrant 12″ × 9″ × 4″ reusable box with magnetic closure.
  • Includes a color sheet describing each product and its purpose.
  • Contains a personal note printed in color on quality card stock.


  • No branding on the outside of the shipping or gift boxes.
  • No mention of cancer in our gifts.
  • No packing slips or invoices included.
  • No harsh fragrances, parabens or phthalates in skin products.
  • No need for you or your loved one to shop for items doctors suggest, saving time.


  • We provide timely personal responses to calls, chats & emails.
  • We do our best to accommodate special requests. Contact us.
  • We offer substitute items for sugar free, gluten free & oral cancer patients. Contact us.
  • We lovingly pack each gift with heartfelt attention to detail.


  • Each cancer care package purchase includes a free end of treatment gift. For details about our “I Rock’d the Treatment” celebratory bell, click here.
  • A portion of the proceeds from your order supports cancer organizations & patients.
  • Choose to donate toward care packages for cancer patients in need.

Nourish the Body. Focus The mind.

For Body

body lotion cancer care package

Lindi Skin Body Lotion

Nourish your skin with this light, clean body lotion, containing Vitamins C & E, chamomile and cucumber for maximum comfort. It’s emollient, yet fast absorbing making it perfect to use all over. (travel size)
cancer kit quesy pops

Queasy Pops

Alleviate both nausea and dry mouth that often accompany chemotherapy with these tasty, drug free drops/pops made from all-natural herbs and essential oils. Developed by healthcare professionals in collaboration with oncology dietitians, these individually wrapped gluten free drops are 100% safe for kids and adults, and doctor recommended. Dairy free, Gluten free, Nut free, Kosher.

For Mind & Comfort

imagine a rainbow book

Boys Book: Imagine a Rainbow

One of the toughest things for any child to learn when dealing with cancer and chemo treatment is how to handle their fears and anxieties. It’s a difficult thing for an adult to deal with, much less a child! That’s why we love this Imagine a Rainbow book, which encourages children to imagine a number of things that help them focus their minds and deal with the pain they’re experiencing.
bald headed princess book

Girls Book: The Bald Headed Princess

It’s challenging for all children to manage stress and anxiety. With a cancer diagnosis and having to go through chemo treatment, those emotions are intensified. It understandably prompts questions, concerns and fears. There are lots of books that exclusively aim to support children with cancer (which is especially helpful when parents have difficulty figuring out what to say and how to answer their child’s questions). We’ve sourced various books that ...
stuffed animal


This adorable soft, stuffed animal brings more than just much needed comfort by snuggling. It also soothes discomfort from chemo and smells great. Warmies can be microwaved to provide hours of soothing warmth and comfort for local relief of aches. Or, they can be chilled in a freezer to provide cooling relief. It can also be used to help with fluctuating body temperature. Filled with dried french lavender and all-natural ...
magic towel

Magic Towel

Wiping away the germs is fun with these magic towels (helping avoid what can sometimes be a back and forth)! Just add water and watch the tiny towel expand into a face towel. (designs vary)


bean boozled

Jelly Belly Bean Boozled

This isn’t just an ordinary bag of jelly beans. It’s a fun game! Filled with 20 flavors, but 10 are weird (like rotten eggs and boogers). And the other 10 (in the same colors) are normal and delicious. For instance, one of the blue jelly beans is berry blue, while the other is flavored like toothpaste. This is a welcome distraction that’s sure to get some laughs (and funny faces)! ...
whistle pop

Whistle Pop

Even though life isn’t peaches & cream at an age where it should be, doesn’t mean there’s no room for a little fun. Just whistle while you work (we mean play), or during treatment, with these cute little pops. Want to try a specific tune? Just move the plastic stick creates different pitches. Then eat this delicious treat.


Flowers, plants, some scented beauty products, and perfumes. Flowers and plants can carry bacteria and fungal spores making them a bad choice for a gift for cancer patients. Cancer patients that have been through chemo or radiation also often are sensitive to strong smells making strong smelling beauty products or perfumes a bad choice.
Common side effects include nausea, fatigue, hair loss, skin sensitivity, mouth sores, a weakened immune system, cognitive changes, loss of appetite or taste changes, and nerve damage.
Ideas for items that help with the side effects of chemo include ginger candies or quesy pops, anti-nausea wristbands, cozy blankets, soft hats, socks, or scarves, gentle skincare products, hypoallergenic lotions, lip balm, hand sanitizers, masks, journals, memory aids, puzzles and snacks. Many of these helpful items can be found in our care packages.
While thoughtful and supportive, it’s essential to consider the individual’s specific health condition and any dietary or skincare restrictions they may have. Avoid strongly scented items or products that might interfere with treatment. Always consult with the patient or their caregivers, and when in doubt, check with the healthcare team.

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Kerline V.

Exceeded my expectations!

After racking my brains out about what to get my friend’s son as a small gesture letting him know he’s on our minds while going through chemo, I came across this site and they did not disappoint! Shipping was prompt, especially for delivering to Hawaii. I should also add that I emailed their company prior to making the purchases & received prompt responses each time. So happy to have been able to support a fellow Long Islander as well.



Kerline, thank you so much for the kind words. We try very hard and appreciate you noticing. We hope your give brings your friends son some comfort and smiles. Blessings.

Tiffany S.

Lovely gift

Bought this for a young child and she loves it. Can’t speak for how the overall experience was, as I wasn’t there when she received the package.

Pearl S.

Care Basket for a Young Child was Perfect

Intuitive website to shop, shipped directly to my nephew, he loved, his parents loved it, all the perfect goodies for a boy his age. ❤️



Pearl, we are so sorry that your nephew has to go through treatment. Cancer is always horrible. But when a child has to go through it...it is simply unimaginable. We wish him many prayers and blessings!

JoAnne E.

Staying Hopeful

So here's the deal. I bought the item as a gift for a family with a child undergoing radiation and Chemo. Rock the Treatment seemed, and still does seem, perfect. But how would I know? So it's hard to comment on "How was your overall experience using the item?" Pressed to write a review, I called the family. Understandably, they are overwhelmed. They were grateful for my thoughtfulness; seemed less than euphoric about the gift. But who knows whether that's because euphoria is not among their emotional options right now. Bottom line: I can't comment on the success of the gift. But I would give it again, as the gesture means as much as the enjoyment.

Jackie R.


I am extremely happy that I ordered a basket from your website! I sent it to my niece for her 2 year old son. He was diagnosed with bladder cancer. She was soo impressed. It made her day 😊 The emailed that I received after ordering was so very sweet. I would recommend you in a heartbeat, & will! Thank you for outstanding service!



Jackie, thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts. Cancer is never an easy thing. But in a child it is especially heartbreaking. We are so happy to have been a small part of joy for your nieces sweet boy. Many blessings to you all.