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Valid November 12, 2014 through January 3, 2015
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November 12th through December 31st, 2014
Our friends at MasterCard have committed to over $1 million since 2011 to help the children of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in the fight against pediatric cancer and other life-threatening diseases. Make a purchase and a donation at Brooks Brothers using your MasterCard and MasterCard will match dollar for dollar your donation to St. Jude up to a maximum aggregate amount of $300,000. In doing so, you double the impact of the life of a St. Jude patient and his or her family as well.
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our partnership celebrates its 10th anniversary
st Jude 10 year anniversary
In 2005, Brooks Brothers partnered with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital® in the fight against childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases. Five years later, our stores raised a total of $3 million and just last year, we surpassed $10 million in lifelong donations. We are deeply proud of this partnership with St. Jude and the contributions of our customers and associates. At the very heart of Brooks Brothers, there is a tradition of generosity and giving back to our community—especially its littlest members. While we honor our 10th anniversary with St. Jude this year, we look ahead to 10 more years of service and making a difference in the lives of children with the support of our customers.
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“When a child or parent faces an uncertain disease like cancer, find
hope at St. Jude — a place where miracles can and do happen.
– Marlo Thomas
  • patient stories
    Samantha has always been an active girl—participating in basketball, volleyball, tumbling, swimming and golf. And she’s not about to let being a patient at St. Jude, where she’s undergoing radiation therapy and chemotherapy, keep her from her busy social life. Samantha keeps in touch with her siblings and friends at home through text messages, and loves it when they visit her. And she hopes she’ll be back on the court/course/pool/gym soon. “You have to have hope,” says Samantha. “If you don’t have hope, you don’t have anything.” We couldn’t agree more.
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    Brent is a chef-in-training who loves to make cheese pizza and macaroni and cheese. And we’re not about to let something like cancer stand in the way of his culinary dreams. While Brent received treatment that included an antibody therapy medicine produced right on the St. Jude campus, our chef Miles helped Brent create something special of his own—a mac and cheese pizza. We think both sound pretty fantastic.
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    Watching her playing dress up and singing along to Tangled and Frozen, you’d never guess Haylee suffers from acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL). After her diagnosis, Haylee’s family turned to St. Jude, where survival rates for ALL have risen from 4% before we opened in 1962, to 94% today—the world’s best. So far, she has responded well to chemotherapy treatment and her cancer is in remission. Which means she has plenty of time to sing all of those Frozen songs. Multiple times.
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    Kayla is a scientist-in-training who dreams of being a chemist when she grows up (she’s even made an edible lipstick!). But before she achieves her dreams, she has to beat cancer. That’s why she’s a patient at St. Jude, where she’s receiving treatments like chemotherapy and a bone marrow transplant. Our goal is helping kids survive cancer in communities everywhere. Kids like the future “Dr. Kayla.”
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    Bailee is a creative girl with a vivid imagination. She loves to create cartoon characters and she’s writing a book about zombies. But she had to take a break from her future bestseller last May, when one side of her face swelled from her eye down to her shoulder. After a CT scan revealed a tumor in her jaw, Bailee’s family turned to St. Jude, where she underwent surgery, chemotherapy and radiation therapy. St. Jude saved Bailee—who’s back to her stories about saving the world.
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    Alexis may have a gentle demeanor. But inside, she’s a fighter. She’s been battling neuroblastoma at St. Jude since she was 2 years old, where her treatment has included chemotherapy, radiation therapy and a bone marrow transplant. Her most recent transplant donor? Her mom, who is just as courageous as Alexis. “Any parent of a child with cancer would love the opportunity to give something to their child to fight cancer,” she says. “I’m happy I could do this for her.”
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    Whether she’s dressing up as a princess or dancing to her favorite songs, Angélica’s sweet smile never wanes. In fact, her smile can light up any room—including those at St. Jude, where she received treatment for acute myeloid leukemia. Treatments invented at St. Jude have helped push the overall childhood cancer survival rate from 20% to 80% since it opened 50 years ago. Which is definitely something to smile about.
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    Jaiden likes sports, arts & crafts and wrestling. Especially wrestling. He can shout out a list of wrestling moves, and he brings along figurines of his favorite wrestlers everywhere he goes—including St. Jude. It’s where Jaiden received chemotherapy and radiation therapy for Hodgkin lymphoma, and where families never receive a bill for treatment, travel, housing or food—because all they should worry about is helping their child live.
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