Cancer in children is scary enough, let alone losing their hair.

A volunteer group near Denver are doing their best to try and make at least one part of it a little easier to take.

The Magic Yarn Project makes wigs and beanies and other things to try and soften the blow a little for kids undergoing cancer treatment.

The non-profit organization has made more than 16,000 yarn wigs for kids around the world and, as you can imagine, could use some help. For the girls, wigs are made up to look like tiaras, while they make beanies for little boys as well.

The group does not charge for the hand made wigs and beanies, shipping them to the young children free of charge.

If you would like to learn how to do these you can contact them here. The more people they have doing it, the more they can make for the children who could sure use them.