St. Jude & Hammermill Team up to Fight Childhood Disease

St. Jude & Hammermill Team up to Fight Childhood Disease

Since 2011, Hammermill has worked with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital to help them fight childhood disease. Hammermill will donate $250,000 to help St. Jude this holiday season in their mission of finding cures and saving children.During this campaign, select packages of Hammermill paper will feature artwork from patients of St. Jude along with their story. Here are a few other noteworthy statistics:

  • Treatments invented at St. Jude have pushed the overall childhood cancer survival rate from 20 percent to more than 80 percent.
  • Since 2011, the Thanks and Giving campaign has raised more than $587 million.
  • Average medical bill for families that turn to St. Jude: $0.
  • All medical bills are covered by contributions from the public.

Meet The Artists


Artwork Can Be Seen on Hammermill Copy Color Paper.

When Jordan was 11 years old, he began to complain of stomachaches and body pain. His mom took him to the doctor, where he was treated for a respiratory infection. When his pain got worse, they visited a local hospital where Jordan was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. He was transferred to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital®, where he began a treatment plan that includes two-and-a-half years of chemotherapy. Jordan is doing well during treatment and began seventh grade this fall. He loves basketball, especially LeBron James.


Artwork can be seen on Hammermill Tidal MP Paper.

Meet the artist! Tayde is a fighter. She has battled acute lymphoblastic leukemia three times, and each time, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital® was by her side. Her treatment included chemotherapy and radiation therapy. Today, Tayde is married and works at ALSAC, the fundraising division of St. Jude. “My mission in life is to help the hospital that saved my life,” she said. Tayde’s outlook on life is bright. She loves to dance and create art.


Artwork can be seen on Hammermill CopyPlus Paper.

When Micah was a baby, she was found to suffer from neuroblastoma. At St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital®, her treatment included several months of surgeries and radiation therapy. Micah has been cancer free for several years now, and is part of the After Completion of Therapy (ACT) program at St. Jude, the mission of which is to help patients stay healthy as they continue their journey as a survivor post-treatment. Today, Micah is thriving. She’ll be in high school this fall, is very involved in her church youth group, and loves to sing.

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