Kids for Kids Family Room Opens at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

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On Thursday, May 9, 2019, the Kids for Kids Foundation arrived on the campus of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis, TN, for the unveiling of the Kids for Kids Family Room located within the Tri Delta Place short-term housing facility. Robert Catalano, Founder and Board Chair, joined by fellow Founders, Committee Members, Junior Committee Members, and long time donors, celebrated this milestone after a decade of raising over $10 million for St. Jude.

Kids for Kids Family Room at St Jude

Kids for Kids Committee Members and supporters look forward to the opportunity to visit the St. Jude Campus for moments like those pictured below. To bring a smile to the face of a child facing the challenge of battling cancer and other life-threatening diseases is an awakening experience.

Kids for Kids Family Room Visit

The success of Kids for Kids and the naming opportunity of the Kids for Kids Family Room at St. Jude would not have been possible without the endless support of our donors and dedicated Committee Members. Thank you to all who have supported Kids for Kids throughout the past decade! We look forward to the years ahead, making more strides to support children and families struggling with medical challenges, so that together we can make a difference in the lives of others.

Ribbon Cutting
Robert Catalano, Founder and Board Chair, pictured cutting the ceremonial ribbon after sharing some moving words about Kids for Kids’ dedication to support and further the mission of St. Jude: Finding Cures. Saving Children. “Kids for Kids’ partnership with St. Jude is more than a 10-year agreement,” said Robert, “it is a lifetime commitment.”
Jr Committee
Junior Committee President, Philip Bicocchi, pictured with St. Jude patient Jaiden. Jaiden, along with his siblings, joined Kids for Kids for an Ice Cream Social and afternoon of crafts and games at the Tri Delta Place. Wearing #JaidenStrong t-shirts, Jaiden and his family were a true symbol of the strength and resilience of patients and families treated at St. Jude.