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THON 2024 Scheduled For February 16 To 18

THON 2024 will take place from Friday, February 16, to Sunday, February 18, at the Bryce Jordan Center, the organization announced Wednesday.

THON 2024’s fiscal year will begin July 1, which marks the event’s fundraising efforts.

THON 2023 broke its yearly fundraising total for a second consecutive year with $15,006,132.46 raised For The Kids. The 46-hour dance marathon began in 1973 when THON partnered with Four Diamonds at Penn State Health Children’s Hospital and has since raised more than $200 million to fight pediatric cancer.

In March, Will Vincent was named THON 2024’s executive director, and he will succeed Lily Pevoto in the role. Vincent announced his executive committee for THON 2024 following his appointment to executive director.

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