Halo Keepers Angels Inc.


Halo Keeper Angels, Inc.

A 501c3 Not-For-Profit Organization Who Enrich the lives of Children Battling Cancer and Chronic Illnesses. Volunteer Character Visits to sick children, Yarn Wig making for children with Cancer, special events and an Annual Ball that is the highlight of the year!

Their Smiles Are Worth a Million words

Halo keepers is a 501c3 not-for-profit organization dedicated to enriching the lives of children with chronic illnesses and cancer by providing soft yarn wigs made into their favorite character or princess. The wigs are sanitized and free of charge to the children. We also visit the children dressed as their favorite characters just for the thrill and excitement they receive. Last but not least, the highlight of the year is a fabulous Annual Ball and other events.

Their fragile tender heads many times are not able to tolerate store bought wigs but these are just right for them. If you know of a child who would benefit from one of these wigs or would like to attend the Annual Ball please contact us. Please share this website with friends and family. Our goal is to make these brave kiddos smile! 

Please take a moment of your time and make a donation as we are able to provide more with your help! Also, take a peek at our upcoming events for these children battling cancer and chronic illnesses. We appreciate you visiting our webpage and look forward to hearing from you.


The Halo Keeper Angel’s Directors have developed events, programs and workshops that have altered the course of educating the community of the worthwhile cause for these children and their families.


Each Director’s experience and volunteered hours, as well as financial support of the not-for-profit (501-C3) organization is a unique position for the foundation which shows their devotion to each child and their family.


Directors, Volunteers and Donors have the absolute fortitude to fight for the children’s happiness; bringing the best of what we have to offer together. Halo Keepers face challenges each visit which breaks our hearts yet strengthens the child.