THON Nation invites alumni across the country to bring THON to your communities by creating your own event, starting a personal campaign, or joining group fundraising online. For more information about participating in THON Nation, click here. For more information about participating in THON Nation, click HERE.
Inspire five or more of your friends and family members to donate to THON by requesting pre-made mail solicitations. This simple and easy campaign gives you the tools to make a tangible impact on THON’s fundraising efforts and obtain donations that can be credited to an organization of your choosing.
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The Alumni Challenge is a geographically based campaign that challenges our Penn State Alumni Community to see which region can raise the most money in support of THON. Gather with your friends, co-workers, local alumni chapter, etc. to organize an event and spread THON’s mission nationwide by bringing THON to your area. Put your community on the map for THON 2020 by participating in the Alumni Challenge. Click
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See where fellow Alumni are participating in the Alumni Challenge from across the country!
"There are four inspiring levels of gifts which provide you the ability to give smiles, give love, give dreams, or give life to those who need it most. Each level is associated with a distinct dollar value. Those who choose to donate will be recognized on THON's Donor and Alumni Recognition wall displayed in the Bryce Jordan Center on THON Weekend along with their corresponding donation level. Donate to the Alumni Challenge today and give smiles, love, dreams, and life to our families."
“By achieving each level will result in recognition on THON’s Donor and Alumni Recognition wall displayed in the BJC THON Weekend!”
Did THON impact you as a Penn State student or now as an alumni?
Share your story to inspire others!
Kathy Andrusisin, '13
"Even though I have now graduated, I hope I can continue to help others see the magnificence of THON.."
Tracey Meyer Pulos, '83
"I successfully completed the event in 1983... and now, 31 years later, my son... Matt Pulos... is dancing as an independent dancer as well."
Robyn Passante, '95
"It’s true what they say: THON never leaves your heart, and neither do the kids you dance for. FTK Forever!"