Are you faced with the age-old search for a gift that's both useful and meaningful? If you're looking for an inexpensive yet thoughtful gift, we’ve created a short list of gender-neutral gifts under $25 from the St. Jude Gift Shop that almost anyone can appreciate. What's even better is knowing that each of these doubles as a charity donation.
Every item on our list benefits the work being done at St. Jude, where families never receive a bill for treatment, travel, housing or food — because all a family should worry about is helping their child live. There's no better way to get in the holiday spirit than to give back with each purchase on your list.
1. Strawberries & Cream cheesecake dip mix
Enjoy the smooth taste of ripe strawberries and fresh cream with this cheesecake dip mix. It's great to pair with graham crackers! Simple enough for those who don't like to cook, while also delicious enough to impress those with gourmet tastes, this dip makes an inexpensive and tasty gift.
3. 2021 Angel Choir 4" glass ornament
Sing a song of holiday cheer with this choir of angels on a 4" glass ornament featuring a colorful holiday design inspired by St. Jude patient artwork. It's a gift that can be enjoyed for many years to come and makes for a cheerful addition to any tree.
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Your support helps kids like Imani
Imani was in hospice after surgery for brain cancer. She was just 5 weeks old. Then came a phone conversation with an oncologist at St. Jude, who said, “I’ve treated this before, and some people have been cured.”
At St. Jude, Imani started chemotherapy. Slowly but surely, she began to thrive. By March, the tumor had shrunk enough for a long and complicated surgery that removed it entirely. After several more months of chemotherapy, Imani is out of treatment and back at home, growing bigger and stronger every day.
With a gift from the gift shop of a charity, like St. Jude, showing someone you care comes with the bonus of helping those in need. Your impact is real. St. Jude has helped push childhood cancer survival rates from 20% to more than 80% since we opened more than 50 years ago.