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Green, gold and purple-clad revelers joined the festive Mardi Gras parade to ring in Fat Tuesday at St. Jude with a rousing celebration.
St. Jude patients and their siblings enjoyed A Neon Night of Fun during the second annual Spring Fling semi-formal dance on the hospital’s campus.
Kmart raised a raised a record-breaking $21.9 million for St. Jude during the Thanks and Giving campaign, and that is something to celebrate.
More than 400 radio personalities, Latin music artists, representatives from Spanish-language TV stations and many celebrity guests and volunteers involved with Hispanic outreach efforts across the U.S. gathered in Memphis to visit the hospital and exchange ideas.
More than 1,000 country music industry leaders gathered in Memphis January 16 -19 to kick off the 25th anniversary of the Country Cares for St. Jude Kids® program.
The 55th annual AutoZone Liberty Bowl scored big for the kids of St. Jude. Each year, players and coaches from both teams tour the campus of St. Jude and spread holiday cheer to patients and their families.
Enthusiastic elves, cheerful carols and dazzling decorations filled the hallways of St. Jude as patients, families and employees celebrated the holiday season in a number of fun and festive ways.
Few hospital events draw as many patient families as the delicious Cuban-style Christmas dinner prepared last week by chef, author and television personality Adrianne Calvo.
On November 23, St. Jude supporters in more than 75 communities walked in the sixth annual St. Jude Give thanks. Walk.
Last week, the kids of St. Jude were treated to a fast-talking event with plenty of toys, games and fun for everyone. The nation’s top auctioneers brought the high energy of a live auction back to St. Jude with the 18th annual Toy Auction, sponsored by the National Auctioneers Association (NAA).
Memphian Kris Thomas visited St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital this month to perform for patients, families and employees.
St. Jude employees participated in the 2013 Diwali Celebration November 1 in the Danny Thomas Research Center Atrium. The interactive celebration allowed employees to learn more about the traditions and importance of the holiday.
Halloween is always one of the most anticipated days at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital as the hospital’s hallways are transformed into a trick-or-treat haven for patients and siblings.