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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- An 11-year old girl is using a special toy to brighten up the lives of kids with cancer.
Eileen Martin raised enough money to buy 104 dolls for kids with cancer.
It started as a small idea, and turned into Eileen's True Hope Project after the 11-year old's friend was diagnosed with Leukemia.
She's too young to pass them out at Kosair Children's Hospital, but her mom got to see the smile on these kids faces.
Eileen says it sends them a special message. She says, "It doesn't matter if you lose your hair or not because you're still the way you are and you're beautiful."
Trinity, an 11-year old cancer patient, got to pick out her own doll. She says, "I think that its really cool because I can have one that's like me because it's bald and it makes me feel like it's ok to be myself and go out bald without a hat or wig or anything."