I am so honored and excited to announce that I have been named US Soccer’s 2018 She Believes Hero! Here’s a link to the official announcement. Winning this award and passing the $200,000 mark for kids with cancer at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital all in one week is cause for a special cake! Good thing my juggling skills are better than my baking skills! 🙂
Thank you so much to everyone who voted for me and continues to support me with donations to St. Jude! Also, I am so thankful to Sophie, who nominated me with such a thoughtful video, and who made this all possible! Together, we did it!
If f you’d like to celebrate this exciting honor with a DONATION to St. Jude, you can do that HERE! What better way to celebrate than with a gift to end childhood cancer?
THANK YOU SO MUCH!
Hi Everyone! This is SUCH an exciting day! First, we passed the $200,000 mark for St. Jude today, and I am beyond excited and thankful for the amazing support from all of my donors! Next stop…$300,000!
But, I’m writing today to ask you take a minute to VOTE for me in the She Believes Hero Contest. I am one of four finalists, and now the winner will be decided by public vote BY FEBRUARY 16th!!!
The US Women’s National Soccer Team has a contest for a girl age 13-17 who embodies the “She Believes” spirit of confidence, giving back, and helping others find ways to give back, as well. An awesome 9 year-old girl named Sophie (pictured above), who came to one of my juggling clinics, nominated me, and I was chosen by members of the US team to be one of FOUR finalists up for a public vote. You can see the contest description, Sophie’s nomination video of me, and the VOTE button by clicking on the photo above.
The vote ends Feb 16th, so there’s not a lot of time! PLEASE vote for me
, share this link with everyone you know, and let’s win this contest together, so I can get a lot of PR for St. Jude and we can maybe get the attention of some superstar soccer players who might want to help me with my cause to help the kids at St. Jude!Thank you so, so, so much!!!!!! Together, we can end childhood cancer!