Why is Thomas Rhett Wearing “This Shirt Saves Lives”?

and Jake Owen, Kelsea Ballerini and more

st judesPhoto Credits: Instagram @thisshirtsaveslives

A star studded list of supporters have joined together to support St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital.

The “This Shirt Saves Lives” campaign kicked off on Monday night, Dec. 4 in Nashville, TN.

The way it works is if you pledge $20 per month at the website, you will receive the shirt that participating country singers are posting all over the internet.

Brett Eldredge, Jake Owen, Dylan Scott, Dustin Lynch, Easton Corbin, Granger Smith, Dan + Shay, Scotty McCreery, Midland, Walker Hayes, Kacey Musgraves, Lee Brice, LoCash, Michael Ray, Devin Dawson, Clare Bowen are just some of the people supporting the worthy cause.

Thomas Rhett, Luke Bryan, Chris Young and Kelsea Ballerini also sported the philanthropic threads.

Natalie Osborne posted “@stjude @jessturri the world is better because of you. Love them and this campaign. #thisshirtsaveslives #stjude ❤️ @kendell_marvel @marc.beeson @fancyhagoodofficial @kroth17 PARTNER HERE: @thisshirtsaveslives” with a photo of herself and her famous brothers repping a new campaign for St. Jude.

“Every Little Thing” singer Carly Pearce also shared her support with a photo of a St. Jude’s Patient, saying, “so honored to meet this sweet baby & be a part of #thisshirtsaveslives with #stjude ❤️ i encourage all of you to be a partner in hope.”

Canadian country singer Jason Blaine added his support.

Join the movement! Find out how you can be a #PartnerInHope @stjude #thisshirtsaveslives www.thisshirtsaveslives.org

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St. Jude’s supporter Darius Rucker said, “What I love most about St. Jude is, it’s about curing kids. It’s about giving kids a life to live, giving kids the ability to wake up tomorrow.”

Today, the treatments invented at St. Jude have helped push the overall childhood cancer survival rate from 20% to 80% since the hospital first opened more than 50 years ago.

Donation opportunities also include ornament sales from $8 – $15 through the online gift shop, or sending a holiday card, or you can also send a straight up donation.

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