Sign up now for periodic updates from St. Jude to be sent to your email address or mobile phone. Give thanks. Give to help them live. Donate Now You may also be interested in: Fight childhood cancer during Thanks and Giving During this season of Thanks and Giving, give thanks for the healthy kids in your life, and give to those who are not. Your donation is tax-deductible. Saving children's lives at no cost to families At St. Jude, our families never have to choose between affordable care and getting the best treatment for their child. Shop and support St. Jude While you're out shopping for the holidays, look for our logo at many of America’s most respected companies and give to help more kids live. How your donation makes an impact Every dollar makes a difference. Get the facts about how your donation could be used, and how it helps to save the lives of children everywhere. Meet patient Tamara Tamara loves to dance and sing. So when she started having hip pain that caused her to limp, it had her parents concerned. Read her story. Why St. Jude stands out Already be familiar with the lifesaving work going on at St. Jude? Here's a few things that could surprise you. Make merry for St. Jude this holiday season Whether you're looking for the perfect gift or hosting friends and family this season, here are a few resolutions your holiday festivities can help save lives. Meet Esmeralda Esmeralda is a playful, loving girl who loves to play with dolls. When she was found to suffer from Wilms tumor, her family turned to St. Jude. Meet Bryce When Bryce was diagnosed with sickle cell disease shortly after his birth, his parents were fearful for his future. Meet Colton Doctors discovered Colton suffered from a high grade glioma tumor in September 2015. Colton’s family turned to St. Jude for his continuing treatment. Meet Elise Elise, who is called "Sass" by those who know her, is undergoing treatment for brain cell germinoma at St. Jude. She’ll receive chemotherapy and radiation therapy. Meet Janelle In 2015, Janelle’s family learned she had a brain tumor called medulloblastoma. Following surgery to remove the tumor, her family turned to St. Jude. Meet Marleigh In 2015, Marleigh was found to suffer from blood cancer. Soon after arriving at St. Jude, her family knew she was at the best place for treatment and care. Meet Muhammad Muhammad is a sweet and loving boy undergoing treatment at St. Jude for neuroblastoma. Read his story and share his page to help fight childhood cancer.