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Now’s the time to be a part of something bigger!

Each summer Varsity Spirit teams up for St. Jude by gathering addresses and sending letters to future donors. Outside of camp, there is an opportunity to continue these efforts at home with your community. Here’s how to get started:

Step One
Pick a game to host a Team Up for St. Jude fundraiser. This could be the biggest rivalry game of the year, or even homecoming.

Step Two
Plan a spirit week leading up to the game. Be sure to include other spirit programs such as cheerleaders, mascots, band and opposing team dancers as you come up with fundraising ideas.

Step Three
Rally your school and make a difference. Organize a Game Day pep rally that is open to the entire community.

The top 5 fundraising schools will have the opportunity to bring 3 students and 1 advisor to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis, TN for an all-expenses paid trip to the 2019 Leadership Experience. Now’s the time to be a part of something bigger. For information on how to Team Up for St. Jude today, click here.

By: Aisa Terry

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