A cancer care bag for kids has been kick-started by a donation made in honour of a social motorbike group co-founder.
The Albury Wodonga Cancer Foundation launched the first 1500 cBAGs in August last year, comprising of support services information and care items.
AWCF chair Jenny Jensen said there were now plans to create a form of the resource for kids.
"There's been all sorts of things suggested for the bag," she said.
"The bags are going great; Rotary Club of Albury are looking at partnering with us to get it out to the whole of Australia.
"That's pretty exciting."
The Motorbike Friends of the Road group donated $500 to AWCF yesterday, after barbecues done in the past month.
Megan Hitchens co-founded the group in 2017 with her late husband Doug, who died in a motorbike accident one month ago.
Her heart is also close to the AWCF cause; her mum died of pancreatic cancer.
"If I had something like that [the cBAG] to get mum through what she did, it would have been so helpful," Mrs Hitchens said.
"You go in cold and you have to find the supports on your own, whereas that care pack has all the information.
"I got back to Albury and my husband and I created motorbike friends on the road.
"Our first ride was in 2017 ... it's since evolved to 870 riders."
Mrs Hitchens decided AWCF would be the recipient for fundraising done after her husband's death.
"We had an awesome farewell ride on the 11th of December," she said.
It's hoped the kids' cBAG will come together in the New Year, with soft headband headphones being on the list for inclusion.
Wodonga's Alisa Blackshaw said the item and the cBAG would have made such a difference for her 11-year-old Seth, who received treatment for a brain tumour.
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"They would have been awesome, we went through so many sets of headphones," she said.
Mrs Jensen thanked the group for their donation.
"This is such a good opportunity to start the project off," she said.