Dance Marathon returns in person for 1st time since COVID pandemic at University of Michigan
ANN ARBOR, MI - Two years ago, University of Michigan students raised more than a quarter-million dollars for charity dancing the night away at the annual Dance Marathon event. Throughout the academic year, Dance Marathon members raise money, culminating in the VictorThon! Read more: Virtual dance marathon raises $280K for C.S. There are multiple two-hour dance segments, and non-members of the Dance Marathon organization can register for them here. Read more from The Ann Arbor News:‘Gown for Good’: University of Michigan students engineer prom dress giveawayCaptain America is more than just a superhero to this University of Michigan administratorDr. Fauci, Maria Shriver speaking at University of Michigan spring graduationsmlive.com
University of Michigan dance organization raises over $1,500 for C.S. Mott Childrens Hospital
ANN ARBOR, Mich. Dance Marathon at the University of Michigan has raised over $1,500 through its first charitable bottle and can drive. Mott Childrens Hospital in Ann Arbor to support pediatric rehabilitation therapies. Members of DMUM, a student-run nonprofit organization, collected bottles and cans from the Ann Arbor community throughout July in order to kick-off 2020-21 fundraising efforts for the childrens hospital. The amount of cans and bottles we collected was overwhelming, and we want to thank the Ann Arbor community for helping us support the Little Victors at Mott. Like what youre reading? The Dance Marathon at the University of Michigan mission is to provide funds for, and raise awareness of, pediatric rehabilitation therapies for children with disabilities and illnesses available at C.S.