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Howlathon at Arkansas State University raises $8,253.20 for Arkansas Children’s

On November 10, Arkansas State University hosted Howlathon, their second Dance Marathon benefiting Arkansas Children’s, the local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital. Dance Marathon is a nationwide movement where students come together on their respective campus to raise funds and awareness for their local CMN Hospital. . Dance Marathon is a student led initiative, and a team of nine students at Arkansas State have spent the last twelve months preparing for this year’s event.

Above: The Howlathon Executive Team


Howlathon participants from all over campus stood for the entire eight hour event in honor of the kids being treated at Arkansas Children’s.. Students heard patient testimonies, played games, participated in fundraising dare challenges like drinking a blended happy meal for donations, and the morale dance–a line dance every participant learns throughout the duration of the event.

Members of the Arkansas State baseball team even joined the fun and together raised over $1,100! A few members from the team even got up on stage to teach the morale dance to JaKiah, an ambassador from Arkansas Children’s. All of the players in attendance were full of energy and excitement to give back to their community. Thank you to the AState baseball team!

Above: Members of the Arkansas State Baseball Team


Howlathon raised over $8,200 for Arkansas Children’s, and we are proud and grateful for this continued partnership! Thank you to the dedicated students who planned and participated in Howlathon for your commitment to making kids better today and healthier tomorrow!

Above: Participating students of Howlathon