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    Posted January 28, 2013 by
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    Party with a purpose while you watch Super Bowl XLVII

     
    The teams are now set for one of the biggest sporting events of the year. That means party planners across the country are actively seeking their favorite game day recipes to impress their guests with on Feb. 3.

    But this year, there’s a way you can really wow your guests, by helping kids battling cancer and other deadly diseases receive lifesaving treatment at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. St. Jude has partnered with America’s newest favorite daytime talk show host and NFL legend Michael Strahan for St. Jude Game Day. Give Back.

    Michael and St. Jude are drafting football fans across the country to party with a purpose on Feb. 3 by hosting St. Jude Game Day. Give Back. parties. St. Jude Game Day. Give Back. brings fans of all ages together around the sport they love to raise funds to help provide exceptional care to some of the world’s sickest children at no cost to their family. In just two years thousands of parties and tailgates have raised more than $2.1 million for the lifesaving mission of St. Jude.

    First, simply register your party at www.stjude.org/gameday and gain access to a personal fundraising page, delicious tailgating recipes and a variety of party-planning tips. Then, just ask friends and family members to donate whatever they can and you'll kick off your party on the right foot knowing you're helping kids battling cancer and other deadly diseases at St. Jude.

    Since opening 50 years ago, St. Jude has changed the way the world treats childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases. No family ever pays St. Jude for the care their child receives and, for every child treated at the hospital, thousands more have been saved worldwide through St. Jude discoveries.

    For more information, visit www.stjude.org.

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