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St. Jude patient Lucas hugging his father and smiling.

St. Jude patient Lucas with his father

 

Support St. Jude through your employer's employee giving program

Many companies provide their employees a simple and efficient way to give to St. Jude through payroll deductions or one-time gifts.

 
 
 
 

Find out how your dollars advance the cures*

  1. ... could help provide one blood count test.

    ($104 annual gift)

    With a blood count test, doctors can measure the number and types of cells in the blood in order to diagnose, monitor and treat medical conditions. 

     
    Drawing of a smiling child flying a kite on a sunny day.

    Artwork by St. Jude patient Hazel

     
     
  2. ... could help provide one day of oxygen for one patient.

    ($260 annual gift)

     St. Jude patients may need oxygen to help their bodies function properly and aid in healing. 

     
    Drawing of an astronaut in space wearing a gold ribbon for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.

    Artwork by St. Jude patient Ty

     
     
  3. ... could help cover the cost of a spinal tap.

    ($364 annual gift)

    Doctors use a spinal tap to check a patient's cerebrospinal fluid. 

     
    Drawing of a rainbow coming out of clouds over words that read, "everything will be ok."

    Artwork by St. Jude survivor Tayde

     
     
  4. ... could help provide one hour of physical therapy.

    ($520 annual gift)

    Exercise, play and special equipment help patients become more independent and safe following their illnesses and treatments.

     
    Drawing of purple, pink and orange flowers beneath a blue sky.

     Artwork by St. Jude patient Diana

     
     

* When you make a donation using this information, 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, lodging, travel or food.

 
 

Visit your employer's giving portal to support the lifesaving mission of St. Jude: Finding cures. Saving children.®

 
 
 
St. Jude patient Aspen smiling and wearing a flower-patterned headband and dress.

Aspen has never stopped smiling, even during treatment.

 

Aspen was only a year and ten months when she was diagnosed with stage IV neuroblastoma, a rare type of cancerous tumor.

 

No family ever receives a bill from St. Jude for treatment, travel, housing or food — so they can focus on helping their child live.

 
 
 

Treatments invented at St. Jude have helped push the overall childhood cancer survival rate from 20% to more than 80% since it opened in 1962.

 

After blood tests revealed his white blood cell count was very high, seven-year-old Ay’Den was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia.

 
St. Jude patient Ay'Den smiling in a blue T-shirt.

Ay'Den is "a sweetheart" who loves to color and play video games.

 
 
 
St. Jude patient Ava in a pink ballerina outfit.

Ava is adventurous, resilient and cancer-free.

 

Ava has finished treatment for medulloblastoma, a cancerous brain tumor, and she's returned home. "I've never seen such professionalism and care," her father said of the St. Jude care team. "It can only be explained as a calling."

 

St. Jude shares the breakthroughs it makes, and every child saved at St. Jude means doctors and scientists worldwide can use that knowledge to save thousands more children.

 
 
 

St. Jude has some of the world's best survival rates for some of the most aggressive forms of childhood cancer.

 

At six years old, Eli was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, a type of bone cancer. During this time, he and his mom lived in St. Jude housing, where they grew closer than ever.

 
St. Jude patient Eli in a white T-shirt and a big smile.

Eli shows his strength every day.

 
 
 

Learn more about workplace giving

 
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    Many companies offer an employee giving program in their workplace. To find out if your company has a program and how to support St. Jude, please contact your Corporate Social Responsibility or Human Resources department. Thanks for your interest in giving through your workplace! 

     
     
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    We would enjoy helping support your employee giving efforts and promoting St. Jude in your workplace.  Please email us at workplacegiving@stjude.org to let us know how we can share the mission of St. Jude with employees. 

     
     
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    If your company doesn't already have an employee giving campaign and you'd like to start one, please complete the form below and we'll be in contact with you.

    You may also email us directly at workplacegiving@stjude.org.

     
     
 
 

To start an employee giving campaign at your company, please complete the form below.

 
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