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St. Jude Give to Live Society

Join a loyal group of St. Jude donors who demonstrate extraordinary generosity and dedication to our lifesaving mission.

 
 

St. Jude patient Matthew with his dad

 
 

What is the St. Jude Give to Live Society?

The St. Jude Give to Live Society is a loyal group of donors who consistently give charitable gifts throughout the year to reach significant, impactful levels. The Society is made of five benefit levels of giving that help fuel the innovative work of St. Jude – leading the way the world understands, treats and defeats childhood cancer and other deadly diseases. 

 
 

Your impact in 2020

Founding St. Jude Give to Live Society members made a lasting impact on the lives of St. Jude kids and their families in 2020.

 
St. Jude patient Eleanor
 
 

As a committed donor, your giving helps ensure that St. Jude is here for families in need.

By joining the St. Jude Give to Live Society, you will receive exclusive incentives at each benefit level as a token of appreciation, as the true reward comes from knowing that donors like you are furthering the St. Jude mission and helping save children everywhere.

 
  1. Your giving could cover the cost of five days of oxygen for a St. Jude patient.

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

    With a cumulative gift of $2,500 or more, your gift can help ensure families never receive a bill from St. Jude for treatment, travel, housing or food. 

  2. Your giving could support the cost of the daily room rate of the ICU.

    The Intensive Care Unit at St. Jude has been recognized twice 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.

    With a cumulative gift of $5,000 or more, your philanthropy will be in service to help saves the lives of St. Jude kids.

  3. Your giving could help provide one CT scan for a St. Jude patient

    Platelet counts are among the tests doctors use to monitor patient health during treatment. A CT scan provides parents with much needed answers about their child's health.

    With a cumulative gift of $10,000 or more, you can help make the investments that save St. Jude kids.

  4. Your giving could help run the St. Jude Blood Donor Center for one week.

    The Blood Donor Center, located on the first floor of the Patient Care Center, is responsible for collecting and providing the hospital with platelets and other blood products necessary for our patient’s care.

    With a cumulative gift of $15,000 or more, you can help sustain the St. Jude mission through generous giving.

  5. Your giving could cover a fourth of the cost of providing radiotherapy treatment for a brain tumor patient.

    St. Jude was the first to study a computer-based, three-dimensional radiation therapy technique for pediatric brain tumor treatment to minimize damage to healthy tissue and preserve cognitive development in children.

    With a cumulative gift of $25,000 or more, you can help save future generations of St. Jude kids.

     
     

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, travel, housing or food.

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Where your generosity can save generations

St. Jude was founded in 1962 with the mission to treat children regardless of race, color, creed or their family's ability to pay. A facility where research would shine light into the darkness.

 

1966

 

A group of St. Jude patients are the first acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) patients to ever be successfully taken off therapy, based on evidence that remission can be sustained. 

 

1977

 

The hospital launches the first major effort to understand the lifelong progression of sickle cell disease.

 

1984

 

St. Jude opens the After Completion of Therapy Clinic, the world's largest long-term follow-up clinic for pediatric cancer patients.

 

1996

 

Peter Doherty, PhD, St. Jude Immunology chair, is awarded the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine.  

 

2006

 

St. Jude reports a 94% survival rate for patients with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL), using therapy that does not include radiation.

 

2019

 

St. Jude announces a cure for SCID-X1, commonly known as bubble boy disease. By combining gene therapy and low-dose chemotherapy with busulfan, immune function is restored in infants with the disorder. 

 
 

To become a member of the St. Jude Give to Live Society, call  1-800-214-0654

Looking for additional information on the St. Jude Give to Live Society? Check out our frequently asked questions.

 
 
 

Because you give, they have a chance to live

Your commitment provides a unique opportunity to further Danny Thomas' dream and shape the future of St. Jude for years to come. The St. Jude Give to Live Society was made for people like you — exceptionally generous to the St. Jude mission.

 
 
 

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