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THON 2022 Scheduled For February 18-20

THON 2022 is set to take place from Friday, February 18 to Sunday, February 21, the organization announced via Twitter Saturday afternoon.

With the COVID-19 pandemic still creating some uncertainty moving forward, THON stated in the tweet that there will be updates in the future “regarding the nature of the event.”

THON 2021 was one like never before, as the event was virtual with an all-virtual fundraising year. Despite the virtual format, volunteers still raised $10,638,078.62 all For The Kids.

This announcement may be the most significant statement related to THON 2022 since Executive Director Kate Colgan and her executive committee members were announced earlier this spring.

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