GOOD VIBES - Former St. Jude Patient Joins the Civilian Space Mission

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SpaceX is planning to launch its first all-civilian flight this fall, and a 29-year-old woman who beat cancer as a kid just got a FREE ticket!

Her name is Hayley Arceneaux. She was a patient at St. Jude's two decades ago, and now WORKS there as a physician assistant.

She will occupy the mission seat representing Hope.

“It’s an incredible honor to join the Inspiration4 crew. This seat represents the hope that St. Jude gave me—and continues to give families from around the world, who, like me, find hope when they walk through the doors of St. Jude,” said Arceneaux. “When I was just 10 years old, St. Jude gave me the opportunity to grow up. Now I am fulfilling my dreams of working at the research hospital and traveling around the world. It’s incredible to be a part of this mission that is not only raising crucial funds for the lifesaving work of St. Jude but also introducing new supporters to the mission and showing cancer survivors that anything is possible.”

Jared Isaacman donated $100 million to St. Jude and gave St. Jude two of the four seats on the Inspiration4 mission as part of a unique fundraising opportunity to support the hospital’s multi-billion dollar expansion to accelerate research advancements and save more children worldwide. The fundraising will effort will continue through the launch later this year.

The public still has the chance to join the crew. Now until February 28, anyone can enter for a chance to join the flight and support the mission of St. Jude: Finding cures. Saving children.®

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