Memphis, Tennessee (WMC) – St. Louis Children’s Cancer Awareness Month Jude hosts an annual walk and run event in Memphis and across the country.
More than 3,400 runners and walkers attended the event at Shelby Farms this Saturday morning.
Memphian, Al Capone surprises with an annual walk and run.
The rapper, Al Capone said the idea came about after he visited St. Petersburg. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, so he decided to give back with his gift.
Al Capone said: “What better song than Whoop That!”
Emily Callahan, Chief Marketing and Experience Officer at ALSAC, said: “Walking and running like St. Jude helps keep St. Jude’s mission the same as their original mission, and no family will receive treatment, housing, travel or food. bill for expenses.”
Callahan also said, “Because we want our families to focus on helping their children live. That’s what our donors make possible. Find cures and save children.”
A runner named Lisa came to St. Jude was diagnosed with leukemia in 1995.
A few years later, Lisa relapsed and returned to St. Jude receives treatment.
Lisa beat cancer twice, but a few years later her son was diagnosed with leukemia.
During his fight, her daughter was also diagnosed with leukemia.
Lisa said she walked because “our history is very, very long. Stone. Jude means a lot to us. Look at the results, because St. Jude, we are here today.”
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