Girl with alopecia helping others feel beautiful
A customizable gift from a little girl who beams with originality.
Rosie Quinn, 6, was diagnosed with alopecia when she was 2- and half year’s old.
Alopecia is a type of hair loss.
Tuesday, Rosie donated customizable scarfs to who she calls beautifully bald kids at St. John's Children's Hospital.
Rosie and her mom Paula are from the Chicago area.
Since 2016, they've donated scarfs to over 200 kids in eight other hospitals.
Watch the full interview with Rosie below!