Yarn Wigs Are Making Tiny Cancer Patients Feel Like Princesses

 Two Alaska moms are bringing some fairy tale magic into the lives of little ones who are battling cancer.

Through their non-profit, The Magic Yarn Project, volunteers have made close to 4,200 princess wigs. They’ve been distributed to children with cancer in 29 countries.

They also make some Jack Sparrow wigs too! What a great cause that brings smiles to these children's faces.

Lisa Foxx

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