Helping those, that help us.

We're a family not doing this for personal gain, but to help the organisations that have helped us most through our journey so far.
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Helping those, that help us.

We're a family not doing this for personal gain, but to help the organisations that have helped us most through our journey so far.
Shop Now

Our Products

  • Baby & Kids Snapbacks

    $25.00
  • Trucker cap

    $25.00
  • Pocket Logo Unisex T-Shirt

    $24.00
  • #capsforbax Mug

    $22.00
  • Brain Matter iPhone Case

    $24.00
  • Kids Brain Matter Leggings

    $35.00
  • Adult Snapbacks

    $25.00
  • Cuff Beanine

    $20.00
  • Flexfit® Cap

    $30.00
  • Brain Matter Socks

    $22.00

Caps & Beanies

  • Baby & Kids Snapbacks

    $25.00
  • Trucker cap

    $25.00
  • Adult Snapbacks

    $25.00
  • Cuff Beanine

    $20.00
  • Flexfit® Cap

    $30.00

Clothing

  • Pocket Logo Unisex T-Shirt

    $24.00
  • Brain Matter Socks

    $22.00

Kids

  • Kids Brain Matter Leggings

    $35.00

Accessories

  • #capsforbax Mug

    $22.00
  • Brain Matter iPhone Case

    $24.00
  • Brain Matter Socks

    $22.00

Our Products

  • Baby & Kids Snapbacks

    $25.00
  • Trucker cap

    $25.00
  • Pocket Logo Unisex T-Shirt

    $24.00
  • #capsforbax Mug

    $22.00
  • Brain Matter iPhone Case

    $24.00
  • Kids Brain Matter Leggings

    $35.00
  • Adult Snapbacks

    $25.00
  • Cuff Beanine

    $20.00
  • Flexfit® Cap

    $30.00
  • Brain Matter Socks

    $22.00

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A LITTLE ABOUT

#capsforbax

#capsforbax is the brain child of two parents who are designing, creating and selling on trend apparel and accessories to give back to those that have helped them and their family. They then give their proceeds to help support the Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne, Australia  as a thank you for the tireless work and support they offer our family.

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A LITTLE ABOUT

Baxter Ericksen

#baxtersjourney started 2 weeks after he was first born and spent time on butterfly ward (NICU) at RCH for seizures and issues with his tone.

Over the following year he had multiple admissions to Dolphin (short stay) and Sugar glider (complex med) where it was becoming evermore apparent that he wasn’t growing at a normal rate, was having difficulties with his swallowing and would stop breathing for no apparent reason.

At 13 months old after one particularly long apeic episode, a head ultrasound showed baxter also had hydrocephalus. A long stay on cockatoo ward and a theatre MRI later, showed he also was suffering Chiari malformation and significant compression around his brainstem.

Unfortunately baxter is currently to small for the surgery he needs to help but he has extensive ongoing treatment on a weekly basis through orthotics (full spinal immobiliser brace) and 8 specialty teams. We will be forever grateful for the help, education and ongoing support that RCH have offered our family.

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