What is THON Nation?

THON Nation is a platform that allows alumni, parents, and supporters to fundraise on behalf of THON.

Join 16,500 student volunteers as we take action in the fight against childhood cancer. By hosting your own event or fundraiser, you are directly supporting families impacted by childhood cancer at Penn State Health Children’s Hospital and helping to fund innovative research with a global impact.

Thank you for your support, For The Kids®

Join THON Nation

"THON Nation allows alumni, friends, and family to join us in the fight. Our new platform enables you to create personal online fundraising pages through DonorDrive and invites friends to host individual fundraisers right alongside the THON community.

Alumni, family members, and friends of THON can submit their fundraiser on behalf of any organization. Fundraisers may include work dress down days, bake sales, restaurant benefits, sport watch parties, and many more.

Along with hosting your fundraisers your alumni group members can create a group fundraising page on donor drive to raise money. 100% of funds raised through THON Nation can credit the organization, Committee, or an Independent Dancer Couple of your choice."

Who can Fundraise with THON Nation?

Alumni Groups

Alumni Groups contribute to the efforts of THON, working towards our common goal of one day dancing in celebration of a cure.

Friends of THON

Parents, siblings, and supporters can take action together by becoming part of the Nation as Friends of THON.

Four Diamonds Families

Families battling childhood cancer remain at the core of our mission. Four Diamonds Families have the opportunity to fundraise for THON.

Organization Crediting

All fundraisers and DonorDrive pages CAN CREDIT organizations and IDCs! Organization affiliation can be indicated​ on the fundraiser page request form. After your fundraiser, write in the credited organization or IDC at the bottom of the Donor Confirmation Form.

Join THON Nation

Please contact thon.nation@thon.org with any questions or concerns.