St. Jude patients Brooklynn and Marion are gearing up for the Big Game with their own St. Jude Game Day. Give Back. party. No matter what your plans are for watching the Big Game, you can show them your support by being a part of their St. Jude Game Day. Give Back team.
Marion is nine years old and is being treated at St. Jude for a brain tumor. After a series of seizures, CT scans revealed a mass in Marion's brain. He was rushed to St. Jude where he underwent 36 rounds of radiation and a year of chemotherapy. His tumor is now stable. An avid Patriots fan (he is usually sporting his favorite hat), Marion likes to read and play with his siblings. Brooklynn is three years old and isn't that interested in football just yet, but she does enjoy a good party. Brooklynn became a patient at St. Jude after she was found to suffer from acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Once shy, she is now bubbly outgoing and loves to paint, sing and dance.
Along with their families and the team of doctors and researchers at St. Jude, they have hope. And their families will never receive a bill from St. Jude for anything. Ever.
Be a part of Marion and Brooklynn's St. Jude Game Day. Give Back. team and show them your support. It's easy - join their team and begin raising support for St. Jude. Just set up your personal fundraising webpage and share why you are raising funds for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and helping kids like Marion and Brooklynn.
Or, show your support by making a donation to their party.