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Because sick kids and their families can use a bit of happiness, Kylee McGrane and Maggie McAndrew started "A Moment of Magic," a non-profit organization that sends college students into pediatric hospitals dressed as princesses. Over 40 volunteers help the organization reach out to children with cancer and other illnesses, brightening their day and giving them something to smile about. TODAY followed a few of the group's princesses at the Children's Hospital at Montefiore.