MIRACLE NETWORK DANCE MARATHONS

Dance Marathon is a nationwide movement whose ultimate goal is raising funds for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals (CMNH). Throughout the year students learn invaluable leadership and life skills while raising funds and interacting with Miracle Children and their families. The various events lead up to the final event, Dance Marathon, a 4-12 hour event where students stay on their feet through dancing, games and entertainment to celebrate the total raised for that year. We stand to change kids’ health to change their future. 

Oklahoma joined the movement in 1996 when the University of Oklahoma held their inaugural event. Since then, dance marathon programs have expanded to other universities including the University of Central Oklahoma, Oklahoma City University, Oklahoma State University, University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma, and Southwestern Oklahoma State University. It is our hope that dance marathon programs are instilled in every university in the state.

Interested in bringing a dance marathon program to your campus? Contact Linzy Farrant at linzy-farrant@ouhsc.edu or

405-271-2260, x 36556.

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MARATHON

Students from the University of Oklahoma raised more than $775,000 to benefit the sick and injured children of Oklahoma through Dance Marathon.

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MARATHON

Oklahoma City University students raised more than $26,000 to benefit the sick and injured children of Oklahoma through Dance Marathon.

COWBOYTHON

Oklahoma State University students raised more than $83,000 to benefit the sick and injured children of Oklahoma through Dance Marathon.

SWOSUDM

Southwestern Oklahoma State University students raised more than $8,000 to benefit the sick and injured children of Oklahoma through Dance Marathon.

BRONCHOTHON

University of Central Oklahoma students raised more than $82,000 to benefit the sick and injured children of Oklahoma through Dance Marathon.

DROVERTHON

University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma students raised more than $8,000 to benefit the sick and injured children of Oklahoma through Dance Marathon.