Quick Stats

$9,003.00 Raised
102 Participants

Urbana High School Mini-THON 2017

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In early 2014, 4 students brought the idea of Mini-THON to Urbana High School.  After countless hours of planning, we were off and running with our first Mini-THON, the first Mini-THON in Maryland, during the 2014-2015 School Year.  Our goal was $10,000.  With 150 students participating, we raised $22,000 For The Kids!
Fast Forward one year later, our Mini-THON Executive Board was determined to outdo the previous year.  We doubled our participation to 300+ students, and with a goal of $25,000 - we raised an unbelievable $43,000.00
And now we are back at it again - with a loftier goal: $45,000.  Will you join us in the fight For the Kids!
The Urbana High School Mini-THON participants are joining more than 70,000 students in a powerful movement to conquer childhood cancer. 
Childhood cancer is the leading disease killer of children with 16,000 kids in the U.S. diagnosed every year. But we are working to change this reality with Four Diamonds and their mission to conquer childhood cancer through superior care, comprehensive support and innovative research. 
With the help of people like you, Four Diamonds supports 70 pediatric oncology research professionals who are learning more about how cancer forms, how it can be treated and how treatments can be more effective. This cutting-edge research will benefit children around the world. 
Learn more about Mini-THON®s and how Four Diamonds is inspiring, empowering, and activating youth and young adults in the fight to conquer childhood cancer by visiting www.FourDiamonds.org
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Urbana High School Mini-THON
Theme 2017:  "Many Hearts, One Fight"

Executive Directors,
Matthew Talley, Executive Director of Operations
Sabrina Sorace, Executive DIrector of Public Relations

Event Details

Check-in Time:
Urbana High School Mini-THON
Saturday April 1st, 2017 @ 4:00 p.m.
Saturday April 1st, 2017 @ 11:00 p.m.
3:00 p.m.
Stephen Ward or Matt Ferrante
240-236-7664 or 240-236-7663
stephen.ward@fcps.org or Matthew.ferrante@fcps.org


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