This holiday season, I plan on giving thanks by supporting causes that are near and dear to my heart– one of which is St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. I wanted to share some of the retail partners that will be participating in this year Thanks and Giving initiative benefiting St. Jude:
Lst year Best Buy raised $18.2 million during the Thanks and Giving campaign, and I’m hoping they can top that this year! You can donate at BestBuy.com when you check out!
When you purchase a Meal Deal during the Thanks and Giving season (via in-store, telephone, online and mobile orders), Domino’s will donate $1 to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
Kmart will launch an #UglySweaterForBetter hashtag, to drive awareness and donations to Kmart and St. Jude, so get your ugly sweater on! Pop-music and TV star Adam Levine will appear in promotional videos for the campaign and he will be joined by additional celebrities encouraging fans and St. Jude supporters to post photos of themselves in ugly holiday sweaters, which will trigger a donation by Kmart to St. Jude.
They also have very cute bear ornaments!
JOANN will inspire customers to “Make to Give” back to St. Jude this holiday season. On Nov. 28, customers at all 870 JOANN stores will be able to make unique, handmade ornaments and JOANN will donate $1 for each one to St. Jude.
Williams and Sonoma
Williams and Sonoma will be selling holiday spatulas decorated with art by St. Jude patients. For each spatula purchased, Williams and Sonoma will donate 25% of the proceeds to St. Jude.
Brooks Brothers has some ADORABLE gifts that will benefit St. Jude this year including the teddy bears you see below, ornaments and ties.
There are some super cute snowglobes you can purchase at Home Goods that give back to St. Jude. Look for them on your next trip to HomeGoods!
There are many more retail partners participating in this year’s Thanks and Giving campaign, so visit stjude.org for more information, to make a donation directly or to check out the always popular St. Jude Holiday Gift Shop!