Girl, 9, Helps Young Cancer Survivor Build Dream Fairy-Themed Bedroom

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A little girl with a big heart is helping to make a dream come true for a 3-year-old cancer survivor in Roseville.


Chloe Herrington, 3, and 9-year-old Kylie Krueger. (Credit: Sweet Dreams Foundation)

Kylie Krueger is working with the Sweet Dreams Foundation to bring to life a fairy-themed bedroom for Chloe Herrington who was diagnosed with Leukemia last year.

“Her whole last year was four walls in a hospital room,” Chole’s mother Beth Herrington told KXTV.

Sweet Dreams , founded in 2006, provides bedroom make-overs for children with life-threatening illnesses.

“We want to create a safe haven for these children, a space where they can just be a kid,” Sweet Dreams Foundation Jennifer Richards told KXTV.

Kylie, whose grandmother had cancer, enlisted her school principal and with the help of her classmates has raised more than $6,000 to build Chloe’s dream room.