A Million More Miracles
At 12:00 PM on Sunday, February 17th, 2018, we revealed that HuskyTHON 2018 raised $1,021,485.37 for Connecticut Children’s Medical Center, making HuskyTHON the highest fundraising event for Connecticut Children’s*. We proved that any goal is possible when we work together. This year, we want to raise the bar even higher and provide a million more miracles to children in need.
*After expenses subtracted from other top fundraising events for Connecticut Children’s Medical Center.
The money we raised last year is unrestricted, so the Medical Center will be able to use it wherever they need it the most. It will ensure that they will be able to continue providing the highest quality of care and life-saving research. To learn more about what a million dollars means to the kids and staff at Connecticut Children’s, check out this video.
Thank you for being All in For The Million, but more importantly, All in For The Kids.
From humble beginnings, we’ve grown to become the largest student-run philanthropy in the state. We’re proud of that, but our work is far from over. For as long as kids need hospitals, we’ll be around supporting them. And while our efforts are always changing and improving, our core purpose remains the same:
Together with Connecticut Children’s Medical Center, we believe in giving children the care they deserve.
From 2000 to 2018, HuskyTHON has grown from making $13,878 in 18 hours to well over a million dollars! This is all possible through active planning and fundraising throughout the year. The amazing growth success of HuskyTHON could not be possible without the hard work and dedication of our student-run Management Team, committee members, and all of our participants!
Together, we can’t help everyone, but everyone can help someone.
HuskyTHON 2018 raised a total of $1,021,485.37 for Connecticut Children’s Medical Center. Connecticut Children’s Medical Center is a nationally recognized, 187-bed non-profit children’s hospital serving as the primary teaching hospital for the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine. The money raised by HuskyTHON helps them continue their mission of giving kids the care they deserve.
Sometimes in life there is that moment when it’s possible to make a change for the better. HuskyTHON is one of those moments.
Help Us Break Last Year’s Record
– Our Tiny Dancers –
HuskyTHON asked: If you had three wishes, what would they be?
“1: No kids could get cancer or need to suffer 2: To be a surgeon to help kids like my doctor helped me 3: To go to UConn and be a HuskyTHON girl and be on the UConn Dance Team and softball team”
HuskyTHON asked: What is something you are proud of, and what is your favorite part of HuskyTHON?
“Making high honors, and the inflatables and competing with the college guys in the gym.”
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