Magic Yarn Project helps children battling cancer

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DENVER — A couple of moms have teamed up to create the Magic Yarn Project.

They make princess yarn wigs for children around the country who are undergoing cancer treatments.

Holly Christensen was inspired when her friend’s 2-year-old daughter was diagnosed with cancer.

Knowing the little girl faced tough chemotherapy treatments that would make her hair fall out and leave her scalp very tender, Christensen made her first wig.

The little girl loved it. The wigs are free.

Donations can be made to the project’s GoFundMe page.


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