“When every person walks out of the Bryce Jordan Center after the conclusion of THON Weekend, I want them to feel like they just experienced the most unique and powerful event of their entire life.”
“There’s no set way to fundraise or spread awareness, so there’s always something that can be changed for the better or new method to implement.”
“I absolutely love the day-to-day interactions I have with Penn State Alumni because they have incredible stories, and they inspire me every day with the amount of passion they have in making a difference in the life of a child and family.”
We like to say, “We are here for the dancers so that they can be there For The Kids.” It is amazing to be able to help a dancer, and seeing how much it means to the kids and families.
With this past weekend marking the end of canning, Apollo — a special interest organization benefiting THON — is redefining the future of alternative fundraisers.
Thousands of Penn Staters will head out Friday to locations across Pennsylvania and beyond to participate in the last-ever THON canning weekend.
But alas, here we are, on the eve of THON’s final canning weekend. It feels bittersweet.