How To Cancel the St. Jude Donation Plan Before You Know It
The St. Jude Children Research Hospital is an acclaimed Tennessee-based research center established in 1962. This institution provides free-of-charge care for all patients with serious pediatric diseases such as various types of cancers. The maintenance isn’t costless, though—it’s usually covered by numerous donations amounting up to a billion dollars per year.
How Does the St. Jude Donation Plan Work?
People interested in donating and contributing to the patients’ well-being have to set up an account on the official St. Jude Research Hospital website.
There’s a specific program called Partner in Hope, which allows you to opt for a monthly donation plan or a one-time donation.
There are a few suggested monthly donation amounts:
The sum you will set aside for this good deed depends on you as these are only suggestions. One-time donations work on a similar principle to the monthly ones—the only difference is that you choose a sum for a single transaction. The program doesn’t renew, but you can always switch to the monthly donation plan if you prefer that option.
How To Cancel My St. Jude Partner in Hope Donation via DoNotPay
Monthly donation plans keep renewing automatically every single month without additional notice to the donor, but not everyone who signs up understands this.
You might get surprised by an unexpected transaction from the St. Jude hospital at the moment you need that money for something else.
With our help, you will be able to cancel your St. Jude donation plan with no explanations required.
Here are the instructions:
- Open DoNotPay in your
- Select the Find Hidden Money feature
- Enter St. Jude Children Research Hospital in the service name field
Yes, it’s that simple!
Upon completing the last step, our app will start the cancellation procedure for you. You will know that the plan was terminated once you receive a confirmation email from us.
Other Ways of Canceling Your Partner in Hope Donation
You can cancel your plan using one of the four available methods:
|Can You Cancel With||Yes/No|
|Your St. Jude Account||Yes|
How To Cancel a Donation Plan via Phone
Ready to rock that phone cancellation request? Here’s what you need to do:
- Dial 800-822-6344
- Wait until your call gets allocated to a support agent
- Confirm your personal info
- Ask the agent to cancel your monthly donations
The St. Jude customer support working hours are from 7.a.m to 9 p.m (Central Time), excluding weekends.
How To Cancel a Donation via Email
You can also cancel your monthly donations by email. Here are the instructions to follow:
- Compose an email stating that you want to end your monthly donation plan
- State the cancellation reason
- Send the email to email@example.com
How To Cancel a Donation From Your St. Jude Account
It’s also possible to end your monthly donation plan online. To do this, proceed as follows:
- Log in to your St. Jude account
- Go to the Partner in Hope page
- Select Manage My Account
- Find your plan and cancel it in a couple of clicks
What Do St. Jude Charges Look Like on My Statement?
Here’s how the St. Jude charges might appear on your statement:
|ST JUDE Internet DNTN||ST JUDE MAIN DONATIONS||ST JUDE INTERNET DNTN|
|ST JUDE Main Donations||ST JUDE INTERNET DNTN 800-822-6344 TN||ST JUDE MAIN DONATIONS 800-822-6344 TN|
|ST JUDE Internet DNTN 800-822-6344 TN|
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