Days 23, 24, and 25: 167, 223, and THOUSANDS of JUGGLES. PLUS: IT’S ALWAYS GOOD TO GET OUT AND ENJOY SOME DOWN TIME AFTER A HARD MORNING OF JUGGLING!

hollishandstandbeachDoing a fundraiser is hard work. I could never do it myself. My whole family is involved. I sometimes get really tired and don’t want to juggle, but I am always reminded of the kids at St. Jude, and I have to push through.  Enjoying the beach is a great way for me to relax after juggling!

I’ve been super busy juggling at different events lately. I’m super excited about some upcoming events where I’ll be juggling and raising money for Juggling for Jude and awareness about my fundraiser. I’ll be juggling at these places in the next week:

~San Rafael Pacifics baseball game

~San Jose Earthquakes major league soccer practice

~Julie Foudy Sports Leadership Academy community service day

I’m so thankful for these amazing opportunities, and I know they will allow me to raise more money for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital!  Just yesterday, I juggled thousands of times for the golfers at the Have a Ball Golf Tournament in Danville, which raises hundreds of thousands of dollars for cancer-related causes. It was awesome to be a part of it, even though it was super hot!

PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE DONATE HERE.  If we all chip in, we can make a difference for the kids at St. Jude and can help the doctors and scientists find a cure for cancer once and for all!

Here’s the video of day 24 (not my best, but every juggle counts!) 167 juggles.

On day 25, I got 223 juggles.

And then at the tournament, I finished every challenge the golfers gave me, and I raised $1,015, thanks to the generous golfers!

Thanks for your support!

~Hollis

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