BreAnn Benson is a Bullard 9-year-old working to make a big difference. When she was 7 years old, experts diagnosed her with a rare Pott's Puffy tumor in her forehead. She spent almost a month in the hospital and endured multiple surgeries.

Friends, family members and supporters who visited her at Children's in Dallas flooded her with teddy bears. The stuffed animals lifted her spirits and gave her something to hold onto during a time filled with fear and pain.

Even after she went home the teddy bears were evidence of support during a difficult situation. However, some time later BreAnn's mom got sick. She noticed her mother didn't receive the same treatment so she started Bre's Bears.

Delivering Love at Trinity Mother Francis

BreAnn began collecting teddy bears and delivering them to patients at CHRISTUS Trinity Mother Francis in Tyler. She took 99 bears and delivered them one at a time, giving patients a hug and wishing them Merry Christmas during the holiday season. She also delivered bears to the hospital Oncology wing.

Her mother, Jeri Ann, says Oncology nurses cried because they weren't used to seeing anyone put that kind of effort into giving stuffed animals to adults. BreAnn's giving caught talk show host Ellen DeGeneres' attention, and the show shared BreAnn's story on Ellen's video page as part of her One Million Acts of Good Campaign.

Cheerios and Ellen DeGeneres

Cheerios is widely regarded as a wholesome breakfast cereal, a great way for families to start their day. Ellen DeGeneres is also known for her positivism. It seemed a natural fit when the two teamed up for a campaign to touch lives.

Cheerios and Ellen challenge Americans to do good and share how they're doing it using #GoodGoesRound. If BreAnn's video is among the ones with the highest number of "love" clicks, Ellen will help fund BreAnn's efforts to touch lives.

You can help! View BreAnn's story on EllenTube at this link. Then, click the "LOVE" button at the bottom of the page. Share on social media to help BreAnn reach an even wider audience.

BreAnn's mother has started a GoFundMe as well to help fund Bre's Bears.