We talked a lot about the good work being done to put on our annual Plunge event in December. We talked a lot about how far-reaching the impact could be. We talked a lot about why raising that money was good work to do. We came together, as students and alumni and campus and community.Continue reading “Being a hero without jumping in a lake”
*Originally written for and published by the Penn State Mont Alto eBridge, an alumni publication, February 28, 2020. In December, Penn State Mont Alto alumni and students worked together to make a splash. The water and air temperature was 38 degrees, but they didn’t let the cold stop them from jumping all the way intoContinue reading “Penn State Mont Alto Alumni and Students Plunge into Fundraising for THON*”
Remember in December when Penn State students and alumni and the community jumped in the lake together? The 2019 Mont Alto Polar Plunge is officially sending $13.5k with the Mont Alto #THON students tomorrow! Congrats, everyone. Great job! #FTK #MontAltoPlunge #FreezinForAReason
So, how many words would a whole album’s worth of images equal? A few days after our December 2019 plunge, we posted an album to the Penn State Mont Alto Flikr account. The imagery there is priceless. You can scroll through the photos here. Thanks to all three photographers on site that day!
The sponsors banner arrived today, thanks to the excellent work of Graphics Universal Incorporated! We’re excited to unfurl it at the Polar Plunge to say thank you for our sponsors’ generosity. If you’d like to see an updated list of those heroes, visit montaltoplunge.org/sponsors #FTK
We’re less than a week away from our Plunge event, and the shirts have arrived! Not only are we NOT asking for the shirt off your back, we’re GIVING event shirts to participants who signed up by deadline. (You can still sign up now, or even at the event, we just can’t guarantee a shirt.)Continue reading “The shirt off your back”
Participants in the December 8 Polar Plunge will inevitably be having conversations around the table this week with friends and family to improve support for their commitment to our event. Post-Thanksgiving activities over the next week or so often include shopping experiences for consumers looking for good value for their dollars spent. Wouldn’t the veryContinue reading “Less than two weeks out, and the event is in full prep mode!”