ST. JUDE HEROES JR.

Be a hero for kids
battling cancer

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We need to stop a villain.

This villain is known as childhood cancer, and over the course of five days, you can help us make a difference.

Every day during Challenge Week, students will learn what it takes to be a Hero through simple fitness activities and short lessons. As students complete challenges and raise funds, they'll can earn great prizes, and Team Captains can earn rewards for their school and organization.

Accept the challenge to become a St. Jude Hero, and you'll help ensure that families never receive a bill from St. Jude for treatment, travel, housing or food — because all a family should worry about is helping their child live.

St. Jude patient Julia

St. Jude patient, Julia. Read her story.

 

5 DAYS

5 WAYS

to be a Hero for the kids of St. Jude

 
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Day 1 Strength

Strength isn’t just physical, it’s mental too! You can be strong by being optimistic and standing up for others.

Fitness activities can include:

  • pushups
  • power squats
  • crab walk

 
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Day 2 Agility

Mental agility is about being adaptive to new situations and being flexible when change happens.

Fitness activities can include:

  • jumping jacks
  • frog leaps
  • fast feet

 
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Day 3 Willpower

Real heroes focus on what they want and work hard to make it happen! That’s heroic willpower!

Fitness activities can include:

  • a run/walk
  • balance
  • hero planks

 
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Day 4 Kindness

By helping others and showing respect, we can all be heroes. Kindness makes the world a better place!

Fitness activities can include:

  • sit-ups
  • relay
  • leap frog

 
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Day 5 Bravery

Being brave means always doing the best you can, even when you’re scared or nervous.

Fitness activities can include a mashup of all the week's exercises.

 

Heroes — earn awesome prizes for your heroic efforts!

 

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St. Jude patient Julia flying