This Is How You Can Help Me And St. Jude Conquer Childhood Cancer

Hey Cuties,

September 1st was the beginning of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. ? You already know that I love St. Jude like a fat kid loves cake. Well, this year we have taken our relationship to the next level.  They proposed and I said yes to being one of their eight Digital Ambassadors.

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St. Jude Digital Ambassadors for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

The official digital influencers for the St. Jude Childhood Awareness Month campaign are: L to R

  • Riche Holmes Grant of The Riche Life from Washington, D.C.
  • T Lopez of Mom Life Yo from Los Angeles.
  • Mimi Green of Mimi Cute Lips out of Washington, D.C.
  • Emelia Cellura of Half-Crazy Mama in San Francisco.
  • Leanette Fernandez of Funtastic Life from Davie, Fla.
  • Tammilee Tillison of Tammilee Tips out of Spokane, Wash.
  • Whit Honea of Dads 4 Change in Los Angeles.
  • Camille Gabel from Growing Up Gabel out of Las Vegas.
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The Full Official Press Release HERE

MEMPHIS, Tenn., August 30, 2018 – A group of digital influencers from across the country will partner with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month in September, engaging with their millions of followers to help build awareness and help end childhood cancer.

These official digital ambassadors for the St. Jude Childhood Cancer Awareness Month campaign represent communities from Los Angeles to Washington, D.C. While they cover such diverse topics as travel, lifestyle, family and fitness, they are united by the mission of St. JudeFinding cures. Saving children®. Many of them also will be taking part in St. Jude Walk/Run to End Childhood Cancer events in their local communities.

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Now that I’ve explained everything to you, I’m taking my first order of business to the streets. Yup! On Saturday, September 29th My team Mimi’s Cutie’s will do the St. Jude Walk/Run to End Childhood Cancer in DC. This is where you come in, I can’t do this alone. I need your help.  You can join my team and or donate towards my goal. You can join my team in person or virtually. See what they did there? They removed all excuses to support such a worthy cause. I hate asking folks for stuff, but I want to make a difference in as many kid’s lives as possible. If you only have $1 to donate, that is a dollar more towards a treatment, a wagon, a no-mo chemo party, the list is endless.

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Here are a few reasons why St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is worth it:

  • Families never receive a bill from St. Jude for treatment, travel, housing or food – because all a family should worry about is helping their child live.
  • St. Jude has helped push the overall survival rate for childhood cancer from less than 20% when we first opened our doors to 80% today. St. Jude won’t stop until no child dies from cancer.
  • St. Jude is leading the way the world understands, treats and defeats childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases. Their purpose is clear: Finding cures. Saving children.
  • St. Jude freely shares the discoveries it makes, and every child saved at St. Jude means doctors and scientists worldwide can use that knowledge to save thousands of more children.
  • The support of donors gives St. Jude the freedom to focus on what matters most – saving children regardless of their financial situation.


I’m cooking up a great way to personally thank everyone that donates Mimi’s Cuties to end Childhood Cancer.

St. Jude Childhood Cancer Awareness Month Digital Ambassador Mimi shares her goal for St. Jude. Join her 9/8/18 for the DC Run Walk to end Childhood Cancer.

Have you done a St. Jude Walk/Run? Chat with me in the comments below or FBIG, and Twitter.

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  1. I absolutely love St Jude and this makes me love the organization even more. I think it’s important for any organization to stay current in order to carry out their mission so partnering with digital influencers is a great way to spread their message and gain more awareness. I’ll definitely donate to the cause. ❤️

  2. This is wonderful! Congratulations. I’ve watched this program over the years, and their ambassadors always do such a great job making their followers aware of the gift that is St. Jude’s.

  3. I think it is great that you are working to conquer cancer. Using your influence for good is definitely inspiring. You and St. Jude are awesome.

  4. I’ve donated to St. Jude for as long as I can remember. I love the work they do for the young children and their families. Such a blessing during their difficult times.

  5. Way to go Mimi ! I love St. Jude and all they do to help families in their time of need as well as the children. They chose a great group of ladies. I’ve actually met Lynette before at a conference. I know that you all will do a wonderful job bringing awareness to such a great organization.

  6. I love St Jude and donate to them often. My Amazon Smile account is linked to them when I shop online and donate a portion of my purchase to them. This is a great cause!

  7. I absolutely love St. Jude’s and what they mean to families during their time of need and beyond. Kudos to you for partnering with them. I was nosy in your comments didn’t know I could connect my amazin account, will be sure to check that out.

  8. Congratulations on becoming a digital influencer for St. Jude!!! I absolutely love St. Jude and have volunteered for a few events and have donated to them for years. This is truly a blessing, St. Jude has done so many amazing things for children. Congratulations again!

  9. Congrats on being selected on being an ambassador for St.Jude. You are going to continue to make a great ambassador because you are always doing something positive with the organization!

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