Below is a photo of me and my friend, Kayla. She is a few months older than me, but she’s had a very different few years than I have. She had brain cancer, and the people at St. Jude saved her life! Kayla is an example of how a great fighter can survive cancer with the help of St. Jude. I am so thankful for St. Jude and for Kayla’s health!
Most of you know that St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is an amazing place. Here are two things I think you should know about St. Jude, which might make you want to donate!
1. Treatments invented at St. Jude have helped push the overall childhood cancer survival rate from 20 percent to more than 80 percent since it opened in 1962.
2. St. Jude openly shares the research breakthroughs they make. Whenever they save a child, doctors and scientists around the world can use the knowledge they have gained to save thousands of other children.
Isn’t that amazing? Maybe you would like to DONATE now that you know! It just takes one minute and can help St. Jude save more lives!
Here are my juggling videos for the past three days. I’ve been stopping before 300, because my back has been bothering me a bit. But I’m still out there, doing my part and spreading the word to news reporters and anyone else who will listen! 🙂
Day 29: 234 Juggles
Day 30: 266 Juggles
Day 31: 216 Juggles
Thanks for the support!