Mini-THONs

The Penn State IFC/Panhellenic Dance Marathon is not the only organization funding the Four Diamonds Fund and its fight against pediatric cancer. Schools across the state and surrounding region hold multi-hour dance events, or Mini-THONs, to support Four Diamonds.

Mini-THONs, which replicate THON on a smaller scale, donate the money raised directly to the Four Diamonds Fund. Currently, more than 100 schools and 20,000 students participate in the Mini-THON program, which entails creating committees, organizing students, planning entertainment for the event, fundraising and more. Mini-THON events give students an opportunity to use their creativity and curriculum skills outside of the classroom and they are a great way for students and schools to foster school unity and build school spirit. Mini-THON schools work alongside THON and the Four Diamonds Fund in an effort to raise awareness and find a cure for pediatric cancer. To date, these high schools, middle schools and elementary schools have raised more than $10 million For The Kids and their totals continue to increase.

During 2012-2013, the Four Diamonds Mini-THONs raised more than $2 million!

Your school can become part of the movement to conquer childhood cancer. To start organizing an event at your school contact, minithoninfo@hmc.psu.edu or 717-531-6086.

Congratulations to all the schools listed below for joining the fight to conquer childhood cancer!

Annville-Cleona High School
Annville-Cleona Middle School
Bellefonte Elementary School
Belleville Mennonite School
Bethel Park High School
Bethlehem Catholic High School
Big Spring High School
Bishop McDevitt High School
Boyertown Area Senior High School
Cardinal John Foley Regional Catholic
Cedar Crest Middle School
Central Dauphin High School
Central York High School
Chambersburg High School
Chenltenham High School
Cocalico High School
Cocalico Middle School
Columbia High School
Conestoga Valley Middle School
Conewago Valley Intermediate School
Cumberland Valley High School
Dallas High School
Dover Area High School
E. T. Richardson Middle School
East High Elementary School
East Juniata High School
Eastern Lebanon County High School
Eastern York Area High School
East Pennsboro Middle School
Easton Area High School
Elizabethtown High School
Ephrata Middle School
Ephrata Senior High School
Freedom High School
Garden Spot High School
Garnet Valley High School
Gettysburg High School
Governor Mifflin High School
Halifax Area High School
Hanover High School
Hempfield High School
Hershey High School
Hershey Middle School
Indiana Senior High School
John C. Kunkel Elementary School
Kittanning Senior High School
Klinger Middle School
Lake Lehman High School
Lancaster Catholic High School
Lancaster Country Day School
Lebanon County Careers & Technology Center
Lebanon Valley College
Liberty High School
Littlestown High School
 
Londonderry Elementary School
Lower Dauphin High School
Lower Macungie Middle School
Lower Moreland High School
Mandell School
Manheim Central High School
Manheim Township High School
Mechanicsburg Middle School
Middletown Area High School
Northampton High School
Northern Middle School
Northern High School
Notre Dame High School
Our Lady of Mercy Catholic School
Owen J. Roberts High School
Palmyra High School
Park Forest Middle School
Phoenixville Area High School
Red Lion High School
Robert Reid Elementary School
Shippensburg University
South Fayette High School
South Hanover Elementary School
South Western High School
South Williamsport High School
Southern Elementary School
Southern Middle School
Springfield High School
Spring Grove Middle School
St. Catherine Laboure School
Stevens Elementary School
Susquehanna Township High School
Susquenita High School
The Vista School
Trinity High School
Tunkhannock Area Middle School
Upper Dauphin Middle School
Upper Merion High School
Upper Moreland High School
Villa Joseph Marie High School
Warwick High School
Waynesboro Area High School
William Penn Charter School
Yellow Breeches Middle School
York Catholica High School

For information on how your school can get involved visit The Four Diamonds Fund website.