Bishop Montgomery High School


Our fundraising teams and volunteers are a cornerstone to Happy Hats' ability to fulfill its mission. They decorate our Hero Hats, package our Hero Club Gifts, and help us organize supplies in our warehouse.


Rutgers University students decorat Happy Hats.

Students and Girl Scouts decorated Happy Hats and raised over $800 for Happy Hats gift packages.
Students raised donations on Denim Day and donated the funds to Happy Hats for Kids.
Co-Principals of First Lutheran School proved they were willing to swallow not only their pride, but also some gut-churning to support their students and efforts to help others in need.
In front of cheering students, the principals competed for points in an "eat it or wear it challenge," which ended with each covered in everything from dog food to pie filling to mustard! "But it was worth it to celebrate the money raised by our 8th graders to help other kids."  The students donated $647 to Happy Hats for Kids in Hospitals to benefit 227 hospitalized children fighting cancer and other life threatening illnesses. 
Mothers and daughters bond as they decorate Happy Hats to bring happiness and smiles to hospitalized children in their local community. 

Every donation makes a significant

difference in the lives of these

brave and courageous children...



and share your heart         with brave and courageous hospitalized children.

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Happy Hats for Kids in Hospitals is a California 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization exempt from federal income.

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 Founded in 1991 by Sheri Schrier