Become a “Partner In Hope” TODAY to help kids at St. Jude fight cancer.  Give $19 or more each month to receive the “We Won’t Stop” T-shirt. CLICK HERE TO DONATE NOW AND GET YOUR T-SHIRT Today’s hottest artists have joined the #WEWONTSTOP movement to help St. Jude kids. When you become a Partner In Hope, you will […]

Become a “Partner in Hope” by pledging just $20 a month to help kids at St. Jude fight cancer. Today’s hottest artists have joined the #ThisShirtSavesLives movement to help St. Jude kids. When you become a Partner In Hope, you will get the This Shirt Saves Lives t-shirt to wear as a reminder that you joined the lifesaving […]

  Helping out those in need gives you JOY – unspeakable joy!!! Check out behind the scenes at The Light Studios in Raleigh as the staff and volunteers have fun raising funds to help children defeat childhood cancer. Become a “Partner in Hope” by pledging just $20 a month to help kids at St. Jude […]

Become a “Partner in Hope” by pledging just $20 a month to help kids at St. Jude fight cancer. Today’s hottest artists have joined the #ThisShirtSavesLives movement to help St. Jude kids. When you become a Partner In Hope, you will get the This Shirt Saves Lives t-shirt to wear as a reminder that you joined the lifesaving […]

St. Jude Children’s Hospital is truly an amazing place. I proudly support what they do to help to discover a cure for childhood cancer and sickle cell disease. LIKE The Light On Facebook To Keep Up With your favorite artist and celebrity news!

The Light 103.9’s Jerry Smith met with WRAL to talk about the St. Jude RadioThon that will be held at the Light studios on Thursday, April 3rd. We’re asking that you call in and become a Partner In Hope so that St. Jude can continue to fight against childhood diseases. Celebrity guests Shirley Caesar and […]

Check out national recording artists as they interact with the children of St. Jude.

When Donovan was born, his family learned he suffered from sickle cell disease, an inherited blood disorder that causes red blood cells to become hard and sickle-shaped, instead of soft and round.

When Apollos was 4 weeks old, he was already trying to roll over and sit up. He laughed and smiled when he saw his mother. He was always happy.