Our St Jude Rocks Radiothon is in full swing and you can become a Partner in Hope now to help the kids of St Jude fight cancer.

Becoming a Partner in Hope

By pledging just $19 a month you can help in the fight to end childhood cancer. That's less than a dollar a day! St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis is one of the most amazing facilities I have ever seen. Even more amazing is their mission to make sure no child dies of childhood cancer and no family is denied treatment for their inability to pay.

Patient's Families Pay Nothing Out of Pocket at St. Jude

In fact, the cost to patients & their families to be treated at St. Jude is $0. Nothing. Zero. Not a penny. There is no out of pocket expense for St. Jude families associated with the treatment for their child. This is remarkable when you consider that the average cost of treatment for a single St. Jude patient is $425,000. And these families pay nothing. Families don't pay for housing. They don't pay for transportation or food. There is absolutely no cost to these families because St. Jude believes the only thing a family should have to worry about is helping their child live.

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Working to Save Lives AND Find Cures

Not only is St. Jude saving lives every day they continue with their research in an effort to increase the overall survival rate and all of the treatments developed at St Jude are shared with doctors and hospitals all around the world.


Help St. Jude Continue Its Mission

You can help St. Jude continue their mission by becoming a Partner in Hope now by pledging just $19 each month to help kids beat cancer and other life-threatening diseases. Call 1-800-372-4999 now. If you'd prefer to text, you can do that too! Just test JUDE to 626262. You will receive the all new "This Shirt Saves Lives" t-shirt and the new "We Won't Stop" hoodie too!

Visitors to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital Share What Inspired Them

Visitors to the Danny Thomas Pavilion on the grounds of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital were recently asked what inspired them during their visit and these were their answers.

Gallery Credit: Traci Taylor






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