Online auction open: See red carpet arrivals at the 2018 Golden Globe® Awards

Memphis, Tennessee, January 4, 2017

Red Carpet for Hope

St. Jude patient Brogan on the red carpet at a 2016 viewing party at a St. Jude housing facility

Thanks to the support of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital® will once again be the star of the 74th Annual Golden Globe® Awards on January 8 at galas in The Woodlands, Texas, as well as Chicago, Miami and Minneapolis.

St. Jude supporters Michael and Berit Francis launched the first St. Jude Red Carpet for Hope gala in Minneapolis four years ago as a way to give back to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital following the treatment of their daughter’s brain cancer. The screening of the awards ceremony raises awareness and funds for the St. Jude mission: Finding cures. Saving children®.

Before the live telecast, the galas will include a red carpet walk, reception, auction, dinner, and St. Jude patient family speakers. Meanwhile, at a St. Jude housing facility in Memphis, patient families will don top hats and boas during their own red carpet extravaganza, which will be broadcast to the galas. For fun and glam, they also will have access to make-up stations presented by Lancôme.

Donors across the country are encouraged to host their own home viewing parties for St. Jude and participate in a live national auction of an exclusive red carpet experience at next year’s 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills, California. Bidding is open now through January 8 at 6:30 p.m. CST.

This auction package includes behind-the-velvet-rope access to watch celebrities walk the red carpet in 2018 at the Beverly Hilton, domestic airfare for two to Los Angeles, lodging at a five-star luxury hotel, styling by Brooks Brothers and Rent the Runway, a Lancôme beauty box, and fine dining at Mastro’s Steakhouse in Beverly Hills. 

Visit proxibid.com/stjude now and select the “2017 St. Jude Red Carpet for Hope Live Auction” to place pre-bids.

Thanks to support from generous donors at events like the St. Jude Red Carpet for Hope, families never receive a bill from St. Jude for treatment, travel, housing or food — because all a family should worry about is helping their child live.