I’m so excited to launch the GLOBAL JUGGLING FOR JUDE CHALLENGE using soccer juggling to raise money for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, the global leader in childhood cancer treatment and research.

Please stay tuned to my social media channels to see my juggling videos and to hear about all of the amazing people I’ll be challenging to participate.

Here’s how it works:

  • STEP ONE: Record a video of yourself juggling for one minute. If you drop the ball, just pick it up and start over. 
  • STEP TWO: Record a video explaining why you’re juggling and challenging/tagging 10 friends, family, acquaintances. You can say something like this:

“Hey everyone. Today I’m donating $10 and using my soccer skills to take the #JugglingForJude Challenge to support the lifesaving work at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. #ChildhoodCancer doesn’t shelter in place. @stjude needs our support more than ever! The goal is to get as many touches as possible in one minute while helping St. Jude fight childhood cancer. The challenge was started by Hollis Belger, now 15, when she was 9 years old. Her goal is to raise one million dollars for kids with cancer. Swipe to see my video. I got XXXX juggles and I challenge XXXX (x10 or more people) to join me and help Hollis. Everyone can participate, so don’t wait around to get tagged! Grab a ball, get juggling, and DONATE!

THAT’S IT! Just think how much we can help St. Jude in the fight against childhood cancer, one juggle at a time!


#ForStJude, #JugglingforJude, #JugglingforStJude, #KickCancer

Please be sure to tag me in your videos! Let’s do this!

On behalf of kids with cancer everywhere, THANK YOU!


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