How to Send a Free Virtual Valentine's Card to St. Jude Patients

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This Valentine's Day, consider sending a virtual card to the kids at St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital.

You can send your love and care through a digital card format; it also takes less than a minute if not thirty seconds.

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How to Send

Let's jump right into it: how can you send an e-card? It's easy, it's simple, and you can send your words of love and care this holiday!

First Step: Get to The Site

To send the card, visit the St. Jude's Valentine's Card site here.

Second Step: Choose a Card

This site will lead you to a "Create a Card" link, which is where you'll get to pick out your favorite card to send. The cover of the cards is inspired by St. Jude kids, which makes it extra special- and there is a total of six to choose from.

Third Step: Write Words

From there, click on the card you like, and it will lead you to the message portion. You can write a message yourself, or opt for the pre-written message.

Last Step: Sign It

To complete, all you have to do is write in your first and last name, as well as your email address, to finalize the sending. After you have signed your card, you're done!

Below is a card inspired by patient Danna. It looks beautiful!

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St. Jude also has a gift shop, which currently has Valentine's Day-themed merchandise and apparel. To shop, click here.

About St. Jude

"St. Jude is leading the way the world understands, treats and defeats childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases," states St. Jude.

Centered around pediatric care for patients, per the mission statement, St. Jude plans to "advance cures, and means of prevention, for pediatric catastrophic diseases through research and treatment."

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Notably, families in the care of St. Jude will not receive a medical bill. St. Jude also treats patients around the world and in all 50 states of the United States.

No child should die in the dawn of life.

- Danny Thomas, founder

More Info

To learn more about St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, visit their website at https://www.stjude.org/.

If you would like to further get involved with St. Jude, there are multiple ways for you to participate such as volunteering, fundraising, and donating.

St. Jude can be found on Instagram @stjude.

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