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Atlanta St. Jude Walk/Run This Saturday

September 19, 2017

Hey ATL (and other cities)!  This Saturday is the annual Walk/Run to help end childhood cancer.  I hope that you will come out to walk, run or donate to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.  St. Jude is leading the way the world understands, treats and defeats childhood cancer and other deadly diseases.  Families never receive a bill from St. Jude for treatment, travel, housing, and food – because all…


Kendra Scott Gives Back

September 12, 2017

This past Friday I had the honor of hosting a beautiful event at Kendra Scott at the Avalon to support St. Jude.  During the shopping event, 20% of sales would benefit St. Jude.  I met some lovely ladies that wanted to help support St. Jude.  Big thank you to the Kendra Scott staff for being such great hosts.  Keep reading for more photos and how you can support…

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Save the Date: Kendra Scott Gives Back

August 24, 2017

September is childhood cancer awareness month.  I have the honor of serving as a board chair for my second year for the annual St. Jude Walk/Run in Atlanta on September 23.  I’m very passionate about St. Jude because childhood cancer can happen to any of our children.  St. Jude families never receive a bill for treatment, housing or food.  They enable parents to focus on their children while they are…

Family Fun St. Jude Weekend Style

Atlanta Supports St. Jude to End Childhood Cancer

September 28, 2016

September is childhood cancer awareness month.  Supporters in Atlanta and 60 other cites joined St. Jude to help end childhood cancer with their annual walk/run.  This year I had the honor to serve as a chairperson on the board for this event.  The walk/run may have only been in existence for a few years, but over 2500 people participated in the Atlanta walk and raised close to $300,000!…

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Help End Childhood Cancer

September 14, 2016

Finding out your child has cancer has to be a parents worst nightmare.  Like any parent, you would drop everything to take care of your child.  Unfortunately life still goes on while you’re helping your child fight cancer.  You still need to work to provide food and shelter for your family.  What a relief it would be to not have to worry about those things while you tend to your…