During the season of graduations and class reunions, people gather to celebrate milestones and reminisce with old friends. For a group of Chamberlain High School alumni, a yearly reunion has evolved into a mission to help sick and terminally ill children at St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital.
It all started after discovering that a fellow CHS alum had a child, Noni, with special medical needs. When the group asked Noni how they could help, Noni responded selflessly “please raise money for Child Life and other St. Joe’s Kids.” In just a few short years, over $125,000 has been donated to St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital to provide distraction tools such as IPads, gaming stations, sensory toys, crib mobiles and adaptive board games as well as funds that support art, music and massage therapy and the Infusionarium.
Thank you to CHS Drives, its generous sponsors, donors, and volunteers. Because of your generous support, you have funded incredible things for St. Joe’s Kids.