As a former St. Jude patient, Warren is tireless in his support of the hospital he credits for giving him back his life. “I wouldn’t be sitting here right now if it wasn’t for St. Jude and your support of events like the Dream Home,” he told the crowd gathered in front of the beautiful home.
This Saturday he will be in Memphis to take part in the 50th Anniversary festivities celebrating the founding of the St. Jude Childrens Research Hospital by Danny Thomas. He will tell his own story about spending almost three years at the hospital being treated for non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma before singing a song he wrote about St. Jude called “Miracles In Memphis.” He will then introduce Randy Owen, lead singer of supergroup Alabama and one of the founders of Country Cares for St. Jude Kids, the radiothon fundraising program that has raised over $400 million for the hospital.
The next day, Sunday, June 24, he will be back in Franklin, Tennessee to help draw the winning ticket for the St. Jude Dream Home. Tickets for the St. Jude Dream Home® Giveaway are still available for $100 apiece by clicking here.