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Atlas And Alpha Tau Omega/Zeta Tau Alpha Top THON 2016 Fundraisers

THON 2016 raised $9,770,332.32 for the kids. Here’s the rundown of the fundraising leaders from THON 2016:

Independent Dancers: $641,534.58

Commonwealth Campuses

5. Behrend – $33,103.21
4. Mont Alto – $42,724.16
3. Berks – $51,622.59
2. Altoona – $75,125.02
1. Fayette – $83,877.92

General Orgs

5. Boulevard – $53,639.16
4. Blue Band – $61,925.90
3. College of Earth and Mineral Sciences Student Council – $71,302.45
2. Phi Gamma Nu – $83,540.40
1. Phi Chi Theta – $ 87,779.56

Greek

5. Alpha Phi & Sigma Alpha Mu – $141,420.60
4. Alpha Omicron Pi & Sigma Chi – $165,344.25
3. Gamma Phi Beta & Acacia – $165,906.50
2. Alpha Sigma Alpha & Lambda Chi Alpha – $220,964.74
1. Alpha Tau Omega & Zeta Tau Alpha – $260,705.04

Special Interest

5. FOTO – $77,122.13
4. Apollo – $81,952.47
3. Ohana – $141,473.49
2. Springfield – $196,439.84
1. Atlas – $298,611.81

Huge congrats to not just these, but every organization that worked their butts off all year. The fight against pediatric cancer continues and efforts for THON 2017 starts today.

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