St. Jude has a special place in my heart and a special place in the hearts’ of many. I got to see firsthand the amazing work that St. Jude does on a day-to-day basis when my niece, Lylah Grey, was a patient there. It’s hard to put into words the amazing acts of kindness and love that you can see just walking through the halls of St. Jude, and you can’t fully comprehend it unless you go there and experience it. About four years ago Lylah Grey passed away, but I’ll be forever thankful for the years St. Jude gave us with her that I wouldn’t have had otherwise. Childhood cancer survival rates have increased to more than 80% in the U.S. but St. Jude won’t stop working until it is 100%. In order to continue their research, they need generous people to continue funding their facility. No child deserves to die of childhood cancer, and St. Jude is working to make that a reality.
For Lylah, for St. Jude, for the kids