The Verma Foundation is a national registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization committed to giving high-quality cap wigs to cancer patients suffering hair loss. After our co-founder, Natasha Verma, was diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma at 23, we began to work on improving the quality of life for patients undergoing chemotherapy.
Cancer patients who received cap wigs in 2018
No Shave November
For the month of November, UMass Boston Police Chief Baynard will allow the department to grow beards to raise money for the Verma Foundation! 100% of the proceeds help us give cap wigs to cancer patients.
"Love, love, love my wig cap! The soft lining doesn't itch or bother me the entire day! It is so realistic, it looks like my REAL hair. I've received so many compliments. Thank you, Verma Foundation for making me feel "normal" and comfortable in my skin. I have my confidence back thanks to you!"
Liz Garcia, TXBreast Cancer Survivor
"I was originally diagnosed at Boston Mass GeneralPediatric Oncology when I was a little older than 2 1/2. I was cancer free for 14 months and now in May I was diagnosed again with cancer. I had just gotten my hair back and we had to cut it again. But, I truly LOVE everything I can do with my cap wig. My pigtail braids are my favorite! I am so grateful to the Verma Foundation for donating this wig to me!"
Jayda, 6, MALeukemia Survivor
"The cap wig instantly made me feel like myself again. After losing my hair, I was devastated and heartbroken. As soon as I put the cap wig on, I felt beautiful. The cap is so soft on the inside and really feels good on your scalp. I wear it everywhere!"
Amy Carabba, CABreast Cancer Survivor
"I absolutely LOVE my cap wig. It’s so easy to just throw on and go, and the super soft lining makes it possible to wear for long periods of time without any irritation or discomfort like my wig. It’s makes me feel like myself again!"