Image courtesy of Maddie Majewski
As most of us know by now, the Emmanuel College Dance Marathon took place this past weekend! If you don’t know what the Dance Marathon is, it’s a 12 hour fundraiser to raise money for Boston Children’s hospital. By the end of the night Emmanuel College was able to raise $100,148.38, and during that time we were able to gather some interviews from those who attended! So here’s a quick peek at why Maddie M. dances for the kids.
Maddie Majewski, a sophomore here at Emmanuel majoring in biology.
Dance Marathon year?
This is Maddie’s second year!
What does Dance Marathon mean to you?
Dance Marathon is more than just a fundraiser to me. I get pure joy from seeing donations come in that I know will help make a child’s day a little brighter.
What has been different about Dance Marathon than you originally expected?
A lot more dancing than expected, believe it or not, but I love every second of it!
Why do you dance For The Kids?
To make every child smile through any experience they are going through. My sister was a patient at BCH with childhood leukemia, and I want every child to have the same positive experience she had.
I want to beat my goal of $2,000 next year and by the end of my 4 years, I’d like to raise $10,000 for the kids ♥
Thanks Maddie, for all of your hard work this year. We know you’ll meet your goal!