Starting today, country music artists and influencers will be supporting St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital by sporting a new t-shirt with a colorful design and the powerful message: Love Music. Stop Cancer.
To raise awareness and support for kids with cancer and other catastrophic diseases at St. Jude, Carrie Underwood, Lady A, Brett Eldredge, Carly Pearce, Jimmie Allen and more will be rocking the tee. Donors who register to participate in a monthly pledge as a St. Jude Partner in Hope will receive the t-shirt. For more information, click here.
Through upcoming radiothons and social media engagement, artists and radio personalities will be encouraging fans to support St. Jude and make a monthly pledge. The campaign is part of #MusicGives to St. Jude Kids, which was founded by Jason Thomas Gordon, grandson of St. Jude founder Danny Thomas, to continue his grandfather’s legacy.
This year more than 300 radio stations across the country will host annual St. Jude radiothons. Funds raised will help fuel the six-year, $11.5 billion St. Jude strategic plan to triple its global investment to impact more of the 400,000 kids with cancer around the world each year.
Because of donors, families never receive a bill from St. Jude for treatment, travel, housing or food so they can focus on helping their child live. At St. Jude, music therapy is offered to patients and helps St. Jude kids achieve a variety of goals, from reducing pain and anxiety to supporting during physical therapy.
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