When St. Jude opened in 1962, childhood cancer was considered incurable. Since then, St. Jude has helped push the overall survival rate from 20% to more than 80%, and we won't stop until no child dies from cancer.
DATE AND TIMES
Friday, April 28, 2023
8:30 p.m. – Midnight
SPONSORSHIPS AND TICKETS
Reserve your spot by becoming a sponsor or purchasing your tickets today.
Sponsors receive admission tickets, brand visibility on event signage and promotional materials, and more. Ticket prices increase as event date nears, so purchase yours soon!
By partnering with St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and sponsoring this event, you will align your company name with the strong, nationally recognized St. Jude mission and brand, and instill pride in your employees, consumers, vendors and company executives.
To learn more about sponsorship opportunities, please contact:
Photos from past Toast to St. Jude events
Anthony Nader, Event Co-Chair
Samantha Curtin, Event Co-Chair
Rebecca Brown, Logistics Co-Chair
Willow Kane, Logistics Co-Chair
Serissa Jones, Recruitment Co-Chair
Alessandra Gordon-Hall, Recruitment Co-Chair
Brittany Myers, Marketing & PR Co-Chair
Paige Christo, Marketing & PR Co-Chair
Caitlin Flaherty, Auction/Raffle Co-Chair
Meaghann Graber, Auction/Raffle Co-Chair
Michael Nader, Sponsorship Co-Chair
Chris Rouches, Sponsorship Co-Chair
Jake Eddy • Kyle Andersen • Chloe Griffith • Anny Dinn • Peter Gill • Alex Qirjazi • Christina Saadé • Vanessa Wojtusiak • Liv Novoselsky • Kristina McCann • Matthew Coviello • Kiley Merrill • Matthew Ribaudo • Whitney Torgerson • Andrew (Drew) Boujoulian • Tess Felber • Erin Young • Elena Chapman • Meaghan Nader • Maggie Fortune • Stephen Griffith • Matthew Milley • Joey Griffiths • Andrew Nader • Austin Bovino • Chris Quincy • Justin Aminian • Stephanie Coleman
St. Jude stories from New England
One red wagon
Wagons are the preferred mode of travel through the halls of the hospital and around campus for our younger patients.
One red blood cell transfusion
Children undergoing treatment for cancer and other life-threatening diseases often need transfusions.
One hour of physical therapy
Physical therapy is provided to patients because children with life-threatening diseases like cancer may develop developmental, cognitive or physical impairments as a result of their illnesses and their treatments.
Parent necessities for 20 patient families
Parents who bring their children to St. Jude often leave home in a hurry and forget to pack day-to-day necessities such as shampoos, razors, deodorant, toothbrushes and lotion. At Tri Delta Place, our short-term housing facility, parents can obtain these essentials free of charge.
An ultrasound study for a St. Jude patient
An ultrasound study is among the diagnostic imaging tests that doctors use to diagnose and monitor disease and treatment.
Daily room rate of the ICU
The Intensive Care Unit at St. Jude has twice been recognized with the Beacon Award for Critical Care Excellence given by the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses. In 2009, the St. Jude ICU became Tennessee’s first ICU to win the honor.
Support St. Jude patients and their families
Your donation will be used to provide breakthrough research, treatment and cures as you join St. Jude in its livesaving mission: Finding cures. Saving children.®
* Your donation will be used to provide breakthrough research, treatment and cures. Items listed here are representative of services and supplies that are part of the treatment and care of children at St. Jude. The cost of each item or service is an approximation, and will vary based on actual costs incurred and individual patient needs. Your donation will be used for the general operating needs of St. Jude, where no family ever receives a bill for treatment, travel, housing or food.