Million Quarter Challenge for St. Jude

You’ve got loose change that can help children fighting cancer by donating it to the St. Jude Million Quarter Challenge!

You’ve most likely got some quarters in the cup holder of your car … in your pants pocket … in your coin purse … in a bowl at home or any number of other places. Why not donate those quarters to help children and their families that are facing the battle of their lives at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

No family ever receives a bill at St. Jude. Your quarters can help ensure that continues and children continue to receive the lifesaving treatments.

It’s very simple. Take your quarters (or go get some if you have to) to one of the bars listed below and donate them. If you don’t see your favorite bar listed, encourage them to become a part of this challenge to help the children of St. Jude!

Tito’s Vodka got things rolling by donating 4000 quarters ($1000)! There are many ways to help with the St. Jude Million Quarter Challenge. Check out the Facebook page for the St. Jude Million Quarter Challenge here to see some of the great ideas being shared.

It’s just a handful of quarters to you … it’s the life of a child to many families right here in central Illinois, across the country and around the world!

Spotted Dog
1504 Morrissey
Bloomington, IL 61701

Windjammer Lounge
2303 Stern Dr
Bloomington, IL 61704

Old Town Tap & Restaurant
209 S Seminary St
Downs, IL 61736

DR McKays
909 N Hershey
Bloomington, IL 61704

Gill St. Sports Bar & Restaurant
3002 Gill St
Bloomington, IL 61704

Pub II
102 N Linden St
Normal, IL 61761

Reality Bites
414 N Main St
Bloomington, IL 61701

Elroy’s
102 W Washington St
Bloomington, IL 61701

Joe’s Station House
305 S Veteran’s Parkway
Normal, IL 61761

Joe’s Pub
3907 General Electric Rd
Bloomington, IL 61704

Cheeks Bar & Grill
1206 Towanda Ave #6
Bloomington, IL 61701

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