Nicola said she can’t thank Tzu Chi Foundation enough for the generous donation.
"The caps are really remarkable – the print is colourful and they are really stylish. Patients will appreciate feeling smart and colourful," she said.
"The headwear and wigs from the service allow patients to feel more dignified and confident. It can restore some sense of normality during the challenges of treatment and hair loss."
Tzu Chi Foundation member Sharon Frazer was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukaemia and had a bone marrow transplant at Royal North Shore Hospital in 2017.
"Wearing a chemo cap provided me with a sense of comfort and security during cancer treatment," Sharon said.
"Colourful and stylish caps really lifted my spirits and helped me feel more confident during treatment.
"We will continue to make caps for cancer patients at RNSH to show our support and share love, hope and happiness."