Organized by the IUPUI Jagathon Committee, Jagathon is IUPUI’s dance marathon benefiting Riley Hospital for Children’s Palliative Care program. During Jagathon, dancers stay on their feet for 12 hours as a symbolic show of solidarity for the courageous children who fight with illness every day of their lives.
Three ways to support Jagathon
Participate | Donate | Sponsor
Since 2003, Jagathon has raised more than $172,000 for Riley Children’s Hospital, including $50,721 in 2013 alone. We could be satisfied with that sizable amount, but instead we’re setting our sights higher than ever: In 2015, our goal is $100,000! With your help, we can reach our goal.
Are you an IUPUI student? Fill out a Committee Interest Form today and help make this year’s Jagathon bigger than ever.
In 2011 alone, college dance marathons raised over six million dollars for their local children’s hospitals!
From the records of Riley Children’s Foundation:
2009 $12,300 (spring)
2009 $8,411 (fall)
2015 $100,000 goal
In addition to 12 hours of non-stop dancing, Jagathon features:
• Experiences with Riley children and family members
• Special guests (past guests have included Matt Overton of the Indianapolis Colts!)
• Free food
• A diverse selection of music
• Games and fun
11th Annual Jagathon Dance Marathon
November 22nd and 23rd, 2013
2:00 p.m. – 2:00 a.m.
Ballroom, University Tower
Event: $50,721 raised and 530 attendees!!!
12th Annual Jagathon Dance Marathon
March 6th and 7th, 2015
6:00 p.m. – 6:00 a.m.
location: The Jungle at the IUPUI Natatorium
Help us make Jagathon history next spring with our goal of $100,000 and 700 attendees!!!