UI dance marathon
Dance Marathon 23 Breaks Another Record! Raises $2,572,130.23 For The Kids!
This past weekend, Dance Marathon 23 broke the UI record by raising $2,572,130.23 For The Kids! Thank you, DM alumni, for setting a new DMAG record by contributing $200,481.23 to that total. More than 100 DM alumni participated in this weekend's festivities, including an opening ceremony watch party at the IMU, an alumni social at the Airliner, all-alumni support hour at the IMU, lunch hosted by the DM leadership team, a closing ceremony watch party at Fieldhouse Bar and Grill, and naturally, plenty of dancing!
Dance Marathon Alumni Group (DMAG) is here to help past and present DM participants stay connected while raising money For The Kids. And we need your help! Near or far from campus, you can stay connected and continue your DM relationship through DMAG. Stay informed year-round by following DMAG on Facebook and Twitter.
Congratulations to our second annual DMAG award winners and nominees for your continued support FTK this past year!
- DMAG Volunteer of the Year — Kayla Caldwell
- DDMAG Event of the Year — Twin Cities IOWA Club Pint Night (Alyssa Falos)
View photos from this year's BIG EVENT here!
Save the Date for Dance Marathon 24, which is scheduled for Friday, Feb. 2, and Saturday, Feb. 3, 2018, in Iowa City.
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Many alumni work with us to coordinate events that help spread the word about DM where they live. Last year, alumni organized events in Minneapolis, Kansas City, and Chicago. Click here to learn how you can host a DMAG event in your community.
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