Outdoorsmen from all over the country come together to help fight childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases at the Average Hunter St. Jude Auction.
We all know someone who has been affected by childhood cancer and probably know someone who has been helped by St. Jude. Even if you don’t know someone, I’m sure if you had a young brother, sister or one of your children develop cancer, you would happy to know that St. Jude is there to help them.
There are many reasons why St. Jude needs support from the community. Did you know that no patient or even parent has to spend a dime during treatment? Even the parents get their travel, living and food paid for while their child is being treated at St. Jude Children’s Hospital. St. Jude is also leading the way the world understands, treats and defeats childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases. Because the majority of St. Jude funding comes from individual contributors, St. Jude has the freedom to focus on what matters most ~ saving kids regardless of their financial situations.
That’s why they need our support. The Average Hunter St. Jude Auction is just a small yearly auction developed to bring the hunting, fishing and outdoors industries together for one event to raise money to help this great cause. Filled with items of all sizes and price ranges which allows everyone to participate. The auction started March 5th and will end March 19th. Please stop by http://stjude.averagehunter.com/ and look at all the items currently up for auction and place a bid to help these kids. If you can’t find an item to bid on or the bidding gets a bit too high, there’s always a raffle you can get a ticket or two for. 100% of the proceeds goes directly to St. Jude Children’s Hospital.
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