On April 26, 2019, the Stroudsburg High School will host their annual MINI-THON. A grueling 12-hour dance marathon event to raise awareness for kids with cancer. Is it worth the fatigue? Absolutely.
MINI-THON is an epic dancing event where students dance to feel some of the fatigue pediatric cancer patients feel on a daily basis. The hope is to help change the lives of children who are battling cancer. In fact, the Stroudsburg High School has raised over a third of a million dollars for the cause. This year, their goal is to continue to spread awareness in any way that they can.
The charity behind this incredible event is Four Diamonds. Simply put, Four Diamonds mission is to “conquer pediatric cancer by assisting children and their families through superior car, comprehensive support and innovative research”. In fact, they go above and beyond and cover 100% of all medical expenses not covered by insurance.
A group of inspiring leaders at Stroudsburg High School plan MINI-THON each year. In fact, for the past five years MINI-THON has empowered students to put their leadership skills into action. Together, they hustle, and dance, to conquer childhood cancer. Join them in their mission to raise awareness and funds for this incredible organization by making a donation on the Four Diamonds website under Stroudsburg.