Over 1600 Towson Students went to the moon and back by dancing the night away for the kids at TigerTHON 2015. TigerTHON is a 12-hour dance marathon that raises money for the John’s Hopkins Childrens Center. This year the goal was to raise over $200,000 dollars FTK (for the kids) and they did by raising $204,831.09. This years dance marathon was truly out of this world, and not only because it was outer space themed, but because so many students came together to support an amazing cause. Everyone had a blast getting into the theme of the event, whether it was through t-shirt designs or costumes and banner decorations. Everyone seemed to enjoy the morale dance and games as well, especially the rave hour at 4 A.M. The most popular attendees of the event were the children everyone was supporting: the miracle children themselves. All $204,831.09 is going to support children who are still fighting. At TigerTHON, you’re up all night dancing for those who can’t, and proving that great things can happen when Towson students come together to dance for a difference.
Image courtesy of Ray Feldman, Towson University