There are many things that are amazing about St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. The hospital itself is a place of hope and love. Not only does the medical staff do everything possible to help kids and their families battle cancer, but they give them promises. A promise to do everything it takes to make them better and they never have to pay for treatments, food, lodging, or anything that they have at St. Jude. Will you become a Partner in Hope?
There is a Facebook group that is helping to find recreational vehicles (RVs) for the doctors to stay in while they are working to fight the coronavirus. Do you have an RV and are willing to help out doctors in our area?
In these uncertain times, the Food Pantries of the Capital District is here to help. Brian and Chrissy spoke with the Executive Director, Natasha Pernicka, about what donations are needed and how you and your family can get the food you need.
When you hear the innocence of a child talking about what cancer is and how you can help other kids while they fight, there is something very powerful in their words. I sat down with my son, Ryan, and asked him about cancer, St. Jude, and how he thinks we can all help parents worry less and sick kids get better.
There is something amazing about St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Not only do the doctors do whatever it takes to try and cure these kids battling cancer, but it is a place full of hope and promise. Inside the hospital, there is a wall that illustrates the "ABCs of Cancer".