Our Happy Caps volunteers donate their time and talent to create unique, beautiful, super-soft Happy Caps to make a difference in the lives of others in a difficult time.
"I am humbled to contribute my time and expertise to Happy Caps. My sister-in-law, Sophia, lost her battle with breast cancer and being involved in this wonderful organization allows me to contribute my time in her honor."
Every Happy Cap is tagged with a handwritten message from the volunteer "Capper" who lovingly made that hat!
It takes a team of dedicated volunteers to make sure Happy Caps brings a smile to the faces of as many patients suffering hair loss as possible. We're fortunate to have some of the best dedicating their time, energy, and expertise to our cause.
Happy Caps could not have gifted over 3,000 Happy Caps in such a short time without the generosity of our supporters and donors. We are so grateful!
Vice President and Director: Volunteer Recruitment
" I have a stong belief in service to others and I want to make sure that I am a role model in that belief for my young daughter. Happy Caps allows me to bring a smile to the face of a patient,
if only for a moment, during a very difficult time."
Director: Patient and Infusion Center Relations
"I am the Manager of the Wellstar Kennestone Infusion Center. I see the pleasure our patients display when they are trying on Happy Caps, pick out THE ONE, read the handwritten card and then wear it with pride. That makes my day."
Secretary and Director: Donor Relations & Recruitment
"I became involved with Happy Caps as I watched my Mom knitting Happy Caps even while she was undergoing chemo and radiation as a cancer patient herself - she said it made her happy and relaxed her. I wanted to help make a difference in the lives of cancer patients like her."
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"I am a 5 year CANCER SURVIVOR..so far. When I was sick, I was given a hat one day when I arrived for chemo. It was made by a local person and there was a sweet note from her. It meant a lot to me and I have never forgotten that kindness."