Sometimes, something as simple as a stuffed animal can make things more bearable for a child. That is why this Saturday, April 26, Prevent Child Abuse Hawaii will host its 17th annual Teddy Bear Round-Up and Family Resource Fair at Windward Mall's Center Court. Held in conjunction with Child Abuse Prevention Awareness Month, which takes place throughout the month of April the event is a partnership with the Department of Health and the Child Abuse Prevention Planning Council. The drive hopes to gather new or gently used teddy bears or stuffed animals to share with local children suffering from abuse. This year, Prevent Child Abuse Hawai’i hopes to surpass the current Guinness World Record, which stands at 5,884 teddy’s bear collected by a Girl Scout troop in Florida.