Did you know that headbands can give hope? Jessica, the founder of Headbands of Hope thinks so and started the non-profit after her internship at the Make a Wish foundation to connect girls to an accessory that they love while also having an outlet to donate money towards cancer research.
Through this experience she found that girls undergoing chemotherapy loved to wear headbands instead of wigs to still feel "girly" after losing their hair to treatment.
This includes a collection of chic and fun headbands for girls and moms. Some of my favorites are the Anna Banana, Black Rose, Blizzard, Black Chic, and the Brown Sparkle (to name a few). They also have more hope gear including t-shirts and necklaces.
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For every headband purchased, one headband is given to a girl with cancer and $1 is donated to the St. Baldrick's Foundation to fund life-saving childhood cancer research.
It is as simple as that - purchase a headband for hope to young girls.
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