Radnor Middle School will host its seventh annual multi-hour dance marathon on Friday, March 15, 2024 to raise funds to support Four Diamonds at Penn State Children's Hospital.
Students, teachers and staff joined together and raised more than $119,000, bringing the six year total to over $500,000.
The student led Mini-THON committee inspires the student body and Radnor community to get involved and participate in monthly fundraisers. The funds raised will help cover expenses for families with children battling childhood cancer. The funds also support a comprehensive team of researchers that are looking for a cure.
All Radnor Middle School students will be invited to participate in the seventh annual RMS Mini-THON. Event registration will be shared in school during the first week of January.
RMS Faculty Advisors
- Ian Roth, Lead Faculty Advisor
- Maureen Malinchak, Fundraising
- Karen Shoulberg, Fundraising
- Christine Dougherty, Fundraising
- Brad Lord, Registrar
- Vickrum Shetty, Registrar
- Jordan McCauley, Event Planning
- Brittany Milnes, Event Planning
- Jon Savitch, Event Planning
- Erin Casey, Hospitality
- Holly King, Hospitality
- Maria Krup, Hospitality
- Basil Davies, Public Relations & Communications
- John Berrodin, Public Relations & Communications
Questions? Contact Mr. Roth (firstname.lastname@example.org)
About Four Diamonds
The Four Diamonds mission is to conquer childhood cancer by assisting children treated at Penn State Children’s Hospital and their families through superior care, comprehensive support and innovative research.
Since its creation in 1972, Four Diamonds has helped nearly 4,000 children and families and supported a diverse platform of childhood cancer research at Penn State Children's Hospital, seeking improved treatments and cures to benefit those around the world.
Four Diamonds covers 100 percent of all medical expenses related to cancer care not covered by insurance for eligible Four Diamonds children.
Because of the community's steady and generous support, Four Diamonds has assisted 100 percent of the childhood cancer patients who have been treated at Penn State Children's Hospital.