Morgan Flynn and Kylie Scovern

Join us on February 15, 2019



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As Kylie and Morgan experienced the final moments of THON 2018, they couldn't help but reflect on how THON has impacted their lives in the most magical ways possible. Walking out the BJC five years ago, both women finally understood how special and impactful THON could be to someone's heart, including their own. After that first THON weekend, the desire to contribute to the effort of supporting those with pediatric cancer grew in both Kylie and Morgan. Over their college careers, they have participated in sororoity THON organizations and THON committess; they have experienced canvassing and canning trips, THON dinners, THON family events and more. Each year both women have become more and more invested in the largest student run philanthropy in the world, and have felt the power, happiness, and love that THON brings to both children and adults alike. This year is no different. For THON 2019, Kylie and Morgan want to dance for all of the children affected by pediatric cancer and for the hope in finding a cure. Each woman is connected to THON in her own special way, and they could think of no better opportunity to dive deeper into supporting THON by dancing. For The Kids and For The Cure always. 


Growing up is a beautiful thing. Let’s fight for it.

Join us in our commitment to turn childhood dreams into reality by supporting THONTM. Together, Morgan Flynn and Kylie Scovern, are taking action by uniting with 16,500 student volunteers and over 25,000 alumni supporters in the fight against childhood cancer. Our year-long efforts culminate in a 46-hour, no-sitting, no-sleeping dance marathon each February to celebrate our survivors, remember those we’ve lost, and take a stand--all in hopes of one day dancing in celebration of a cure.
Since 1977, THON has raised over $157 million for Four Diamonds at Penn State Children’s Hospital, providing comprehensive care for 4,000 families and funding critical research to take this fight beyond central Pennsylvania and spread hope around the world. We work year-round to provide both financial and emotional support for our families, ensuring that they never have to face cancer alone.


Morgan Flynn and Kylie Scovern have been working tirelessly all year with the hopes of being selected to dance in THON 2019. Independent Dancer Couples are dedicated individuals who set up their own fundraisers throughout the year, and with the support of friends and family, will obtain tickets in a lottery system in the hopes of earning a spot as dancers in the Penn State Dance Marathon. With your contribution, you will bring Morgan Flynn and Kylie Scovern one step closer to being able to take a stand against childhood cancer during THON Weekend 2019.


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