ABCs of Cancer Give St. Jude Patients a Chance to Share Their Experience
It takes just seconds to learn that the experience for kids at the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is different than at any other hospital. Inside, kids as young as just a few months old are getting treatment for cancer or other life-threatening illnesses, but the building and atmosphere is … cheery.
The ABCs of Cancer exemplify what sets St. Jude apart from any other children’s hospital. Children use the letters of the alphabet to express themselves. Some are sweet — “N” is for nurses, “Z” is for zapped — while others are poignant reminders of what’s going on. Positivity, Wishing and Alive are three of our favorite letters. Thanks to donations from country music fans and artists, those words of support and positivity are more reality than not in 2015.
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In the last 28 years, country music has banded together to raise over $500 million for St. Jude. Today and tomorrow (Feb. 16-17), we’re looking for more. With costs averaging $2 million a day, there’s a constant need for money to assist with the treatment and research happening at St. Jude. The difference you’re making helps get patients to the letter “R,” hopefully forever.
To donate or become a Partner in Hope, click the button below. For the fourth straight year, Taste of Country has partnered with 16 Townsquare Media-owned stations to support St. Jude. We agree with Miranda Lambert, who says helping this great institution “feeds your soul.”
On Feb. 16-17, Taste of Country will join 15 Townsquare Media stations in support of the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. This two-day web and radiothon aims to raise money and awareness for the world class research and treatment facility in Memphis, Tenn. Now in its fourth year, this collaborative effort has raised nearly $3.9 million. Country radio has helped raise more than $550 million during 27 years worth of Country Cares radiothons. The mission is simple: raise money, save lives.
Trace Adkins + More Talk About St. Jude Patients They’ll Never Forget
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