This year it gets personal.
Third annual Plunge is coming this winter to a bucket near you!
If you’d like to skip the dip, but would still like to support our efforts, scroll down and send us a message. We have options for everyone’s style of generosity!
About the Plunge
Who hosts this plunge?
We Are… the Franklin County Chapter of the Penn State Alumni Association and the Mont Alto Alumni Society.
We Are… students in the group “Penn State Mont Alto Benefiting THON.”
What is THON?
Penn State’s THON, the largest student-run philanthropy in the world, raises money every year to contribute toward fighting pediatric cancer. It was started in 1977, and “THON” is short for Panhellenic Dance Marathon. Students raise money to dance for 46 hours!
#WeAre #ForTheKids #FTK #THON
How do we fund this event?
We’re proud to partner with local businesses and community members who feel passionate about fighting childhood cancer. We honor them with a page of their own.
All the Chilly Details
This year’s Polar Plunge is of a personal variety.
Fashioned after an ice bucket challenge, the 2020 Mont Alto Personal Polar Plunge will be a bridge event to next year’s reboot of our lake dive.
When: 2020 December 4, 5, 6 — this year you’ll have three days to choose from for getting in on the action!
How: Once it’s set up, you’ll commit to raise a certain amount of money. You’ll visit our website and set your personal page up (for your personal plunge, lol) and then share that info with your personal groups.
Do you know anyone who would pay to see you dump a bucket of ice water on yourself? We bet you do.
What: The funds raised will go to Four Diamonds through the Penn State Mont Alto student THON group. You’ll be helping fight pediatric cancer.
In case you hadn’t guessed, that’s the big WHY.
Check back in a few days. We’re working hard behind the scenes right now to set up all the cool tools that you’ll need.
Being in THON has brought so much joy into my life because we are making a difference one step at a time.Keighley Taylor, 2018 THON Dancer
These little cubs deserve to grow up to be lions. We will one day dance in celebration of a cure and until then, I will be dancing to make this dream a reality.Mackenzie Brymesser, 2018 THON Dancer
Getting into the action
Your house. Or your work. Or any location where you’d like to record yourself with a bucket of ice water. Keep it legal, keep it safe, please.
Paying by check:
Checks may be made payable to: Franklin County Penn State Alumni Chapter
Checks may dropped off at the Donor Development Office at the Penn State Mont Alto campus or can be mailed to: Nicklas Law Offices, 183 Lincoln Way E, Chambersburg, PA 17201