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

This is my second year as a part of AIChE benefiting THON. I have been incredibly humbled to serve as the Chair for our organization for THON 2020. Though my increased involvement, I have seen to a larger extent, the positive impact THON has on the lives of families affected by pediatric cancer. For the 8th year, AIChE is incredibly blessed to be partnered with the Griffiths family. Thankfully, their daughter Kasey is in remission after a battle with Leukemia. During her time at Hershey Medical Center, Kasey underwent experimental treatments, partially funded by generous donors like YOU!  Hearing the struggles and perseverance of the Griffiths family has driven AIChE to fundraise and fight cancer, so eventually, no family has to fear the phrase "Your child has cancer."

I truly appreciate any support you provide, either by making a donation or by sharing my page on social media to spread THON’s mission.

Join us in our commitment to turn childhood dreams into reality by supporting THON. This year, I am 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.

Throughout the year, I will be fundraising to benefit THON in an effort to provide outstanding financial and emotional support and spread THON’s mission world-wide. It is my hope that one day, every child will have the opportunity to live out their dreams. 

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 fund critical research to take our 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.