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Give the gift of good fortune on Lunar New Year

Help send good fortune to the next generation by exploring gift ideas from Asian American businesses that support the kids and research of St. Jude.

St. Jude patient Maelin-Kate with overlaid gold firework burst

St. Jude patient Maelin-Kate


Lunar New Year gifts support a good cause with a donation at checkout

St. Jude is grateful to Gold House for connecting us with Asian American and Pacific Islander-led brands to celebrate unity and prosperity during Lunar New Year. Explore gift ideas that support St. Jude — we're leading the way the world understands, treats and defeats childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases.


Celebrate the Year of the Tiger with our patient-inspired tiger plush doll

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Other ways to give

Artwork of Tiger by St. Jude patient Amber.

Send a free online Lunar New Year card to St. Jude kids

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Thanks to our partners and generous donors like you, St. Jude:

  • has helped increased the long-term survival rates for acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) from 40% to 94%
  • is developing new, improved treatments for children with cancer, creating more clinical trials for cancer than any other children’s hospital
  • is leading research to improve chemotherapy safety and effectiveness for pediatric patients of East Asian descent affected by ALL
  • is leading a global initiative to end childhood cancer, sharing the breakthroughs it makes so that every child saved at St. Jude means doctors and scientists worldwide can use that knowledge to save thousands more children


Lunar New Year FAQs:

What is Lunar New Year?

Lunar New Year, which is also called Spring Festival, celebrates the beginning of a new year on the lunisolar calendar. It is the most important holiday of the year and is widely celebrated by many of the East and Southeast Asian diaspora all over the world. Lunar New Year is referred to as Chinese New Year in China, Tết (or Tết Nguyên Đán) in Vietnam, and Seollal in Korea. 


When is Lunar New Year?

Lunar New Year begins on the new moon, which appears at the end of January to the end of February. Lunar New Year celebrations last about 2 weeks and end on Lantern Festival, which occurs on the 15th day of the first lunar month. In 2022, Lunar New Year begins on February 1.


What's the Chinese zodiac animal for 2022?

The year 2022 is the Year of the Tiger, starting on Feb. 1, 2022 and ending in Jan. 2023. Tigers are known for their courage, passion and strength. 


What are Lunar New Year traditions and celebrations?

  • New Year’s Eve Dinner, or a reunion dinner when all family members gather, is the most important part of the celebration. Traditional feasts include chicken, fish, duck, and pork dishes.
  • Drums and fireworks are used to ward off evil spirits with loud noises.
  • Envelopes filled with money are given by married adults to children to bring good wishes and luck for the new year ahead.
  • Cleaning before the New Year gets rid of the bad luck and welcomes good luck.
  • Decorations like red lanterns, spring couplets, and paper cuttings are in red, a symbolic color for good fortune.

Thank you to Gold House and to the brands supporting St. Jude with a donation-ask at checkout:

Nona Lim
The Nona Lim brand features fresh Asian comfort food such as bone broths, soups, ramen and rice noodles, noodle bowls and noodle stir-fry kits. All products are non-GMO, dairy-free and mostly gluten-free with no MSG or preservatives. Our products have won numerous consumer and industry awards for our clean label ingredients as well as flavor and taste. #EastMeetsBest #AllFlavorNoCrap #FreshIsBest


We're an inclusive eyewear brand celebrating the beauty of diverse face shapes through handcrafted eyewear since 2015. Our signature Elevated Fit® features a unique design to better complement low nose bridges and high cheekbones for a comfortable fit.


At Neuro, we get the mental game and how it’s played. That’s why we create products to help shift your mindset with ease and flow. Our refreshing gum and mints are shortcuts to the ideal state of mind, delivering just the right amount of what you need to energize, calm, and focus your mind in the moment. No matter what you’re up to in life, it all starts with the mind. Neuro is in your pocket and in your corner so you can feel your best and do more.


Fly By Jing
Where highly charged flavors meet 100% real ingredients. Fly By Jing is the first premium Chinese food company that brings thoughtfully crafted pantry staples to the modern kitchen. Developed by Jing Gao, a chef, entrepreneur and renowned expert on Chinese cuisine, we're on a mission to bring uncensored Chinese flavors to the table.


Sanzo is the first Asian-inspired sparkling water born to deliver beverages that bridge the gap between beloved Asian flavors that represent over 60% of the world's population and clean, modern labels. Each can of Sanzo is made with real fruit and zero added sugar, artificial or natural flavors — a complex yet refreshing antidote to sugary and preservative-heavy labels of legacy Asian and American brands. Currently offering Calamansi, Lychee and Mango-flavored sparkling water, Sanzo represents an invitation to both traditional and pop Asian culture — a true extension of the ubiquitous influence the region continues to have on a global scale. Launched in 2019 by Sandro Roco, a Queens-born Filipino-American on a mission to bridge the best Eastern and Western cultures.


The Qi
Rooted in time-honored Eastern holistic healing wisdom, The Qi is a wellness brand on a mission to empower you to feel more joy, beauty and inner calm during these busy days through the power of healing whole flower tea rituals. We specialize in the highest quality organically grown whole flower teas sourced directly from small family-owned farms in Asia.


Duck Duck Books
Duck Duck Books is a certified minority woman-owned children's book publisher. Founded in 2021, Duck Duck Books creates sustainable products that inspire a diverse worldview, cultivate emotional intelligence and introduce multilingual learning for the 0 – 5 years old.

Duck Duck Books offers premium board books with cross-cultural themes while highlighting diverse characters that children can relate to. Each board book is created 100% by American people of color and printed using plant-based ink on responsibly sourced papers. The books are available in English, Spanish-bilingual and Chinese-bilingual versions, with more languages releasing in 2022.


Tochi Snacks
Tochi is delivering delicious, functional and sustainably-sourced snacks that are inspired by the vibrant cuisines of Asia. We are paying homage to the flavors we grew up with and crafting them with natural ingredients to fit our health-conscious lifestyles. We first launched in 2019 with only the Singapore salted egg flavor line and are now expanding with a variety of new flavors later this year. Our mission is to elevate the existing narrative around Asian flavors and proudly represent our culture in the rapidly-growing natural snacks category!


Dagne Dover
Dagne Dover creates problem-solving bags. Bags that keep up, stay organized, and look good doing it. Founded by three women, Dagne Dover embodies fluidity, functionality, and good design. Goodbye chaos, #hellodagne.


Glow Recipe
Glow Recipe creates clean, fruit-forward, clinically effective skincare for glowing skin. Co-founded by Sarah Lee & Christine Chang, the vegan, cruelty-free, Korean Beauty-inspired skincare line pairs antioxidant-rich fruit with gentle yet powerful actives to treat your skin based on its daily changing needs. Glow Recipe embraces real skin and is here to help you achieve your healthiest skin yet.


Health-Ade creates feel-good bubbly beverages with an emphasis on gut health that inspire people to follow their gut! The brand was founded in 2012 in the Los Angeles farmers market with its flagship product, Health-Ade Kombucha, by husband and wife Justin and Daina Trout, and their best friend Vanessa Dew.