Send A Virtual Valentine’s Day Card to St. Jude Patients

St. Jude - A Cup of Kathy

Seriously ill children tug at my heartstrings, as does the inspirational message of St. Jude’s children’s research hospital.

St. Jude’s mission is to “advance cures, and means of prevention, for pediatric catastrophic diseases through research and treatment. Consistent with the vision of our founder, Danny Thomas, no child is denied treatment based on race, religion or a family’s ability to pay.”

Unlike other hospitals, the majority of St. Jude’s funding comes from individual contributions, which ensure that families never receive a bill.

Last year during the Christmas holiday, I visited the St. Jude website. After reading some of the inspiring stories about the brave children helped by St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, and shedding some tears, I became a donor and supporter.

And now I’m asking for your help. It won’t cost you anything more than a few minutes of your time.

You can help brighten Valentine’s Day by clicking the link below to create and send a virtual Valentine’s Day e-card to a child being treated at St. Jude.

Follow these six easy steps to send a Valentine’s Day card.

1 – Choose your card from the designs offered – I chose “You’re Dino-Mite” artwork inspired by St. Jude patient Ian.

St. Jude - A Cup of Kathy

2 – Select a pre-written message or compose your own.

3 – Save the message and view your creation.

4 – Fill out the form with your name and an e-mail address.

If you’re worried about getting solicitations or other email from St. Jude’s, unclick the box in front of: I would like to receive or continue to receive emails from St. Jude.

6 – Click the “Send Your Card” button.

Thank you so much. Your kindness will go a long way to bringing joy and helping a child remember what it’s like to be a child.


Drop me a line in the comments below. I’d love to hear from you.

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