Celebs Dress for Success in Third ‘This Shirt Saves Lives’ Campaign

Here's your chance to support some of the bravest kids on the planet!

Written by Chris Parton
Celebs Dress for Success in Third ‘This Shirt Saves Lives’ Campaign
Lady Antebellum; Photo Courtesy: ALSAC / St. Jude

The third annual This Shirt Saves Lives campaign is now underway, with some of country’s biggest stars urging people all over the country to support St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

Featuring hundreds of celebrities and entertainers including Jennifer Aniston, Michael Strahan, Sofia Vergara, Luis Fonsi, Bobby Bones, Darius Rucker, Florida Georgia Line, Lady Antebellum, Little Big Town, Thomas Rhett, Doug the Pug and more, this year’s campaign is offering a new, charcoal-gray shirt to help kids fight cancer. Available only to those who join St. Jude’s lifesaving mission by becoming a monthly supporter, more than 250,000 shirts have been distributed so far, helping ensure families never receive a bill from St. Jude for treatment, travel, housing or food – all based on the idea that a family should worry only about helping their child live.

“Throughout our career we have been fortunate enough to see firsthand the positive impact St. Jude has had and continues have for so many children and their families,” Hillary Scott of Lady Antebellum said. “As a band and as parents, this organization is near and dear to our hearts and we will continue to advocate for them any chance we can.”

Country radio DJ Bobby Bones is once again helping lead the charge on The Bobby Bones Show, and anyone can join the This Shirt Saves Lives movement at thisshirtsaveslives.org.

Meanwhile, Bones has also announced another plan to benefit St. Jude — his fifth annual Bobby Bones & The Raging Idiots’ Million Dollar Show.

Set for January 13 at Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium, the show will feature Brooks & Dunn, Kane Brown, Brett Young, Colbie Caillat, Gone West, Lainey Wilson, Heath Sanders and Bones’ Raging Idiots comedy due, with tickets on sale December 6 at 10 a.m. CT via BobbyBones.com.

Last year’s event raised a record-breaking $200,000 for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, bringing Bones’ total raised for the cause to more than $11 million.