Q. How do I register for StevensTHON?
A. Click here, or visit our fundraising page to be sent to our Donor Drive. Once you are there click "Register Now" and choose your team. Registration is free! We do ask that all participants raise a minimum of $62.
Q. Why is the recommended minimum $62?
We set the minimum goal at $62 because every minute 62 children enter a Children's Miracle Network Hospital for treatment. If you need help reaching your goal visit our fundraising resources page or contact our fundraising chairs, Cris Collado and Emma Roth at .
Q. Do we dance for 12 hours straight?
No, you're not actually required to dance at all, but you can if you want to! There will be a lot of activities going on throughout the event and plenty of miracle kids to hang out with. However, we do ask that you do remain standing for the 12 hours.
Q. What if I can't stand for 12 hours, can I still be involved?
Absolutely! If you need accommodations for medical reasons contact our Executive Director, Nicole Maetta, at email@example.com.
Q. Where does the money go?
All of the proceeds from the event will go to the Children's Specialized Hospital, the nation's leading provider of rehabilitation medicine for pediatrics. If you would like more information about our hospital click here.
Q. How do I get my organization involved?
The easiest way is to sign up for a team! You can also have a member of your organization be the point of contact for all things FTK. Reach out to our Executive Team at for more information on getting your organization involved.
Q. How can my business be involved?
There are a lot of ways for your business to get involved with StevensTHON! You can visit our partners tab for more information or contact our Finance Director, Sam Sherman, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Q. How can my business benefit from being involved?
Becoming a part of the StevensTHON family can benefit your business in a number of ways, the most prominent being exposure on one of the nation's top engineering institutions. Our sponsorships team overseen by Sam Sherman can elaborate more on the perks of working with our organization.
Q. Where can I find frequent updates on events?
Q. How do I get involved?
The most common way to get involved in StevensTHON is to register as a participant! If you're not up for participating you could always volunteer at the event. If you're looking for more involvement, you can come to our general body meetings, apply to be a THON relations chair for your organization, or apply for an advocacy position. We are always looking to expand the StevensTHON family so no matter the level of involvement you are looking for we have something for you!
If your question was not covered here feel free to reach out to our Executive Team StevensTHON@gmail.com.