There are moments in life, where they stand as “life-changing” moments. My recent trip to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital was not only life-changing but meant to be. As a proud St. Jude Blogger Ambassador, I was given the grand opportunity to tour their facility, meet with staff and most of all interact with their patients. Little Giant Life will share future posts and how to give back to this amazing institution. I encourage to share these posts for the sake of curing cancer! Follow me on Instagram for more great photos.
Here is my photo diary.
Meet Joel! Our tour guide and former cancer survivor and patient of St. Jude. He now works at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and his smile is contagious!
The Target House is offered to patients whose treatment is longer than three months.
Inspiration is seen as soon as one walks into the Target House.
Patients get to see film release before anyone else does.
Art pieces created by celebrities such as Tom Hanks, Britney Spears and many others.
Everywhere you turn, there is color to brighten anyone’s day.
Target House features recreation areas for common use, including the Library and Pavilion, the Amy Grant Music Room, the Scott Hamilton Family Fitness Center and arts and crafts room, indoor and outdoor play areas and a garden patio.
St. Jude patients who stay at Target House reflect the full range of the hospital’s population – from babies to teens.
Memphis was quaint and serene.
My first time in Memphis gave me more desire to travel!
Families never receive a bill from St. Jude for treatment, travel, housing or food – because all a family should worry about is helping their child live. To donate, click here.