Celebrating 19 Years of Partnership

Thanks and Giving® 2023

At Brooks Brothers, we’re exceptionally proud to support St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital®. For 19 years, we’ve been working together to end the fight against childhood cancer & other life-threatening diseases. And with your help, we’ve raised more than $24 million! And there’s more: in 2015, we established the Brooks Brothers Computational Biology Center on St. Jude’s Memphis campus. We can defeat childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases with our continued support and dedication. Join us & support St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital®. 100% of your donation benefits St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital®.

Helping Save Lives Together

With your help, Brooks Brothers has raised more than $24 million for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital since 2005—and in 2015 established the Brooks Brothers Computational Biology Center on the campus of St. Jude in Memphis. St. Jude Thanks and Giving® Campaign, Holiday Celebrations, St. Jude Walk/Run to End Childhood Cancer.

Here’s What Your Donation Can Do

100% of your donation will support the lifesaving work of St. Jude Children’s Researech Hospital®. $10 Could help provide a new toy for hospital play areas at St. Jude housing facilities. $25 Could help provide a No More Chemo party to celebrate the end of a patient’s chemotherapy treatment. $50 Could help St. Jude provide necessities for parents who may have hurriedly left home after their child’s diagnosis. $100 Could help provide a patient wagon. $250 Could help cover the cost of a share of chemotherapty for a St. Jude patient. $500 Could help cover the cost of a share of bone marrow treatment for a St. Jude patient.

A Message From Marlo Thomas

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The Brooks Brothers Computational Biology Center

In 2015 we established The Brooks Brothers Computational Biology Center, an innovation that serves as St. Jude’s home for genomic research, working to unlock the genetic code of childhood cancer. Your contribution allows St. Jude to recruit talented scientists and analyze lifesaving data, and to continue the life-saving work of St. Jude.

St. Jude Patient Stories: Kamryn

When Melissa learned she was going to be a mom, she hoped for a boy. Smiley, happy baby Kamryn was her dream come true. But at 2 years old, Kamryn started crying all day at daycare and showing other unusual behaviors. Melissa took him to the pediatrician, where bloodwork indicated he had a form of blood cancer called acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Kamryn was referred to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital® where he would undergo more than two years of chemotherapy on the Total 17 protocol. Melissa did not have to worry about how much this would cost. Families never receive a bill from St. Jude for treatment, travel, housing or food—so they can focus on helping their child live. Kamryn was initially scared at the hospital, but over time he formed special relationships with his care team. He loved activities like Music Therapy and took his medicine “like a champ,” said Melissa. Kamryn celebrated the end of treatment in April 2022 with a No More Chemo party. He loves learning and going to school.

St. Jude Patient Stories: Maelin

When Maelin’s parents brought her home from China in 2017, they knew she had medical needs. It was because she was scheduled for orthopedic surgery within weeks of her adoption that her Fanconi anemia came to light. People with Fanconi anemia, a very rare blood disease, do not produce healthy bone marrow, so they don’t produce healthy blood. Untreated, this genetic disease can cause leukemia. Maelin’s was caught early. She was referred to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital® for chemotherapy and abone marrow transplant. Quickly, her care team came to feel like family. “She knew her doctors and nurses loved her. She knew that they wanted the best for her. It was a bittersweet day when we left the [transplant] floor, for both of us, because we were so close to our nurses, and they were so close to us.” Today, Maelin is doing great. A pint-size princess with “glitter in her veins,” she is the youngest and only girl in a family of five children. “She’s just super joyful,” said her mom. “Every day, she finds a reason why it’s the best day ever. She’ll say, ‘I see a butterfly—it’s the best day ever.’ Or, ‘We ate spaghetti for dinner —it’s the best day ever.’ She makes everybody smile every day, because she loves everything about life.”

St. Jude Patient Stories: Eduardo

Eduardo was only 6 months old when his parents noticed a bulge in his belly. A few weeks later, after being diagnosed with liver cancer, he arrived at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital®. His primary tumor was the size of a pineapple, and the cancer had spread to his lungs. Eduardo underwent 18 months of treatment, including chemotherapy and several surgeries. Now, although finished with treatment, he returns every few months to St. Jude for checkups. “St. Jude is a piece of heaven on earth,” said his mom. “It’s great to come to St. Jude and feel among family.” Eduardo’s mom describes him as “very playful, very mischievous, very happy,” in spite of all he’s been through. He loves to dance and play with his toy cars.

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