Jennifer Aniston is once again pitching for the St. Jude Thanks and Giving campaign in 2013. While all is quiet on the wedding front, Aniston is giving back.
The campaign, aimed at getting consumers to donate while they shop this holiday season, benefits the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in in their quest of finding cures and saving children. Jennifer Aniston is joined by fellow A-listers Sofia Vergara, Robin Williams, Michael Strahan, Shaun White and a host of other celebrities teaming with media 60 top consumer brands in the cause.
“Every year I get the opportunity to meet extraordinary children from St. Jude and be a part of the St. Jude Thanks and Giving campaign,” Jennifer Aniston said in the press release.
“The research at St. Jude is shared across the country and helps so many families. This is my 8th year working with St. Jude and it is so rewarding to be a part of the team that helps save children’s lives.”
Obviously, as an eight-year vet, Jennifer Aniston is no stranger to St. Jude’s. In 2012, Aniston was part of a star-studded cover of the Beatles legendary “Hey Jude,” entitled “Hey St. Jude.” Previously, Jennifer and father John Aniston had narrated an audio book, Loukoumi’s Good Deeds, to benefit St. Jude’s. Additionally, Jennifer contributed her favorite childhood recipe to Loukoumi’s Celebrity Cookbook, alongside 49 other celebrities, with at least $1 from each purchase benefiting St. Jude’s. Jennifer Aniston had the same deal when launching her fragrance line at Sephora.
TV spots featuring Jennifer Aniston and other stars alongside St. Jude patients will debut Thanksgiving week and will run through the end of the year.
What do you think of Jennifer Aniston’s charitable efforts? Do celebrities like Jennifer Aniston make you more likely to donate? What other causes should Jennifer Aniston help out?